Trent Miles to be introduced as Georgia State football coach Monday

Kevin C. Cox

Trent Miles will take over the Georgia State football program as it transitions from the CAA to the Sun Belt for 2013 and beyond.

The Georgia State Panthers will introduce new head football coach Trent Miles Monday. Miles comes to GSU from Indiana State, where he served as head coach for the past five seasons.

Miles led the turnaround of an Indiana State program that won just a single game in the three years prior to his arrival. The Sycamores were 1-22 over his first two seasons, but he delivered winning seasons in each of his last three years with the program.

Prior to getting the Indiana State job, Miles had assistant coaching stints at Stanford, Notre Dame and Washington, among others.

Georgia State finished 1-10 in 2012 under head coach Bill Curry. The Panthers ended the year on a four-game losing streak. The GSU football program only started playing games in 2010, and come next season it will transition from the Colonial Athletic Association to the Sun Belt Conference. The Panthers are 10-23 all-time.

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