Georgia State head coach Trent Miles wants to put his program on the map. Miles, who enters his first year as head coach of the Panthers, knows a solid foundation is the best platform on which to build.
“We spent last spring getting in every high school in the state of Georgia,” Miles said at the 2013 Sun Belt Conference Football Media Day. “We want them to know that we’re Division I and that we plan on sticking around. They’ll know who we are.”
Perhaps a quicker way for Georgia State to get known is to win — and that’s probably why the program lured Miles away from Indiana State.