LSU coach Les Miles considers talk about his job security "off limits" right now and he has no interest in retiring.
Miles also said Monday that Louisiana has become "home" to him and his family as he nears the end of his 11th season with the Tigers.
But LSU is on a skid like no other under Miles, raising questions about his future.
The Tigers have lost three straight for the first time since he arrived in 2005. Those losses have dropped LSU, which entered November unbeaten and firmly in contention for the College Football Playoff, to 7-3 and out of the Top 25.
"I think the question's valid," Miles said of questions about his...