This weekend, the Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the LSU Tigers 24-10 in a series that despite seven straight wins by the Crimson Tide, the games have also been competitive throughout.

One coach who's had he's fair share of battles with Nick Saban on the gridiron is former LSU head coach Les Miles. After the success of Saban at Baton Rouge, Miles stepped in and brought a national championship back to the state of Louisiana in 2007 and faced off with the Crimson Tide in the 2012 BCS National Championship game.

Miles joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discuss how he coached against Saban, he also breaks down Alabama's victory over the Tigers and the current state of the SEC and its coaches.

Miles was 114-34 at LSU and parted ways with the Tigers in 2016 after a 2-2 start. Miles went from the sideline to the studio sitting in as a guest analyst on CBS Sports coverage this past weekend, and his new podcast Les is More presented by The Players' Tribune.

Miles also answers the question everyone's been asking, will he ever coach again, and what's the ideal program he's looking for if he does decided to come back He also breaks down and gives his prediction for Georgia/Auburn this weekend and talks about collaborating with his daughter Smacker Miles on the podcast.

For more of Miles conversation with Fowler make sure you check out the video above the article. Don't miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m.