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Les Miles to join six SEC coaches at ESPN carwash appearance

With kickoff to an anticipated 2012 season less than six weeks away, LSU football head coach Les Miles will make his second ESPN "Car Wash" appearance this summer as he joins six Southeastern Conference coaches on a publicity stop on Monday at the network's headquarters.

Miles will be joined by Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin, Auburn's Gene Chizik, Tennessee's Derek Dooley, Vanderbilt's James Franklin, Missouri's Gary Pinkel and Mississippi State's Dan Mullen. The remaining seven coaches will make an appearance on Tuesday.

Miles will appear on various ESPN platforms – television, radio and social media – throughout the day. He joins Chris Fowler for his first appearance live on ESPN SportsCenter at approximately 10:20 a.m. CT. The 2011 National Coach of the Year, Miles will tape ESPN radio segments on the Scott Van Pelt Show, SportsCenter Tonight and GameDay Radio.

Wendi Nix will interview Miles on College Football Live on ESPN at 2:30 p.m. CT. He'll also tape segments on SportsNation and the Dan LeBatard show.

Fans have a chance to submit Coach Miles questions via the @ESPNCFB Twitter page. When asking a question to Coach Miles, please use the Twitter hashtag #ESPNMiles. He will answer the questions beginning at approximately 10:35 a.m. CT. Fans can also ask questions through an ESPN.com chat starting at 1 p.m. CT.

Follow behind the scenes updates on Miles' trip through @LSUfball and @LSUBillMartin Twitter pages.

A complete viewing/listening schedule of Miles' ESPN Car Wash appearance is below:

All times Central and subject to change
10:20 a.m. – SportsCenter (live on ESPN with Chris Fowler) 
10:35 a.m. -- @ESPNCFB chat (tweet questions for Coach Miles to answer to @ESPNCFB with the hashtag #ESPNMiles)
Noon – Scott Van Pelt Show (ESPN Radio)
12:05 p.m. – ESPNU segment
1 p.m. – ESPN.com chat http://espn.go.com/sportsnation/chats

2:30 p.m. – College Football Live (ESPN)

3:30 p.m. – Dan LeBatard Show (ESPN2)
4 p.m. – SportsNation (ESPN2)
6 p.m. – College Football Live (re-air on ESPNNews)
9 p.m. – SportsNation (re-air on ESPN2)
9 p.m. – SportsCenter Tonight Radio (ESPN Radio)

 Information provided by LSU Athletics.

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