Patience appears to have run out in Baton Rouge.

After a second loss this month - this time against a team that didn't even score a touchdown - LSU has reportedly decided to make changes to its coaching staff.

Ross Dellenger of The Advocate broke the news on Sunday afternoon, less than 24 hours after the Tigers lost in the final seconds to Auburn, 18-13.

LSU appeared to have won the game when quarterback Danny Etling found wide receiver DJ Chark in the back of the endzone for a touchdown. But officials reviewed the play and ruled that time expired before the ball was snapped.

It would have been LSU's first points in the fourth quarter this season, but the team is still scoreless in the final 15 minutes of every game in 2016.

Dellenger also reported that defensive line coach Ed Orgeron would step into the interim role.

Miles was in his 12th season at LSU after replacing Nick Saban in 2005. He won 114 games over that period, including two SEC Championships and the 2007 BCS National Championship.