There's never a dull moment with LSU's Les Miles, as he showed when he rappelled down a 24-story building for charity.
We were anxious for the video highlights of Miles going down the building like Batman (well, Batman usually goes up buildings, but you get the idea), and here they are.
LSUSports.net provided some highlights, including some from the GoPro camera MIles had strapped to him. And in an interview afterwards he provided one classic Miles quote.
"I passed some office workers were waving," Miles said. "They were saying 'Hey, coach,' and I didn't have a lot of time to stop and talk."
The reason this is worth a follow-up post, aside from the fact that it's Miles, is that he talks in the video about the reason he did this stunt, which was to raise awareness for adoption. He did it as part of the "Over the Edge for Adoption" campaign in Baton Rouge. It's a cool gesture for a great cause.
So if you take a look at the video for some good shots of Miles, keep in mind the cause he is talking about as well.
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