The mad hatter is coming to Ann Arbor.

Les Miles, who was fired from LSU six weeks ago, is reportedly coming to the Indiana-Michigan game on Nov. 19. According to the Detroit News, Miles will be on hand to root on his alma mater.

And if everything works out, he’ll be in maize and blue.

“I’m going to see if I can find my M jacket,” Miles said Wednesday to The Detroit News. “It may be a little snug.”

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The visit would mark Miles’ first trip to Ann Arbor since Bo Schembechler’s funeral in 2006.

Miles was an offensive lineman for Schembechler’s teams on the 1970s. He also spent time at Michigan as a grad assistant and as an offensive line coach in the 1980s.

The former LSU coach was also linked to the Michigan head job two different times. And while many Wolverine fans felt the team missed out by not landing Miles, they eventually got their guy.

Miles told the Detroit News that he was “thrilled” for Jim Harbaugh to have Michigan in the national title hunt.

If the Wolverines take care of Iowa, Miles could see Michigan improve to 11-0 for the first time since 2006.