Oregon State President Pressured Over Les Miles Ties

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The heat is on Oregon State University president F. King Alexander — from OSU faculty and the governor of the state — over his ties to disgraced former Louisiana State University football coach Les Miles.

Alexander served as LSU president from from 2013 to 2019, during the time female student employees in the athletic department say Miles harassed them.

As reported by Sports Illustrated, the Oregon State Faculty of Senate passed a vote of no confidence Thursday, calling for Alexander's resignation. This news comes after the university placed King on probation through June 1 because of how he handled the reports of Miles' alleged sexual harassment.

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