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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Nola.com is reporting that former LSU All-America center Ben Wilkerson has interviewed for the offensive line coaching position. Wilkerson played for the Tigers from 2001-2004 and was apart of the 2003 National Championship team.

Wilkerson has been offensive line coach at Grambling for the past two seasons, and sources are saying that he met with coach Les Miles on Saturday.

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I'll take Ben and I hope that Kevin can get some reps as a consultant, would be good for these kids to see how LSU takes care of their own.
Reply28 months
Kevin Mawae should be the target if he's willing to give it his all
Reply29 months
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