The story of Les Miles' dismissal at LSU has many sides and evolving angles, including where athletic director Joe Alleva and the Tigers' administration go from here and where Miles himself might land next.

Miles addressed his own firing and offered his support to Ed Orgeron during an interview Monday on the Dan Patrick Show, which came one day after he said goodbye to the team. Now he's trying to follow his son, Manny, a walk-on quarterback at North Carolina, headed to Tallahassee for a game against Florida State.

Since LSU is the first major opening of 2016, the search will demand a lot of national attention. It's going to be a trending topic for a while, but the #buzz has never been higher than this week. Tuscaloosa real estate agent Tyler Bigbie -- apparently an Alabama graduate and the Tuscaloosa Association of "REALTORS® 2015 Rookie of the Year" -- is taking advantage of that #buzz with this new billboard offering his service to anyone needing a home.

There's Les with no LSU on his hat. Somehow, LSU might have more control over its logo than Les does over his likeness on this billboard. Cold-blooded advertising from Mr. Bigbie.