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Former LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson will be joining the Houston Cougars football staff as an offensive graduate assistant.

Jefferson, who played at LSU from 2008-2011, sent out the following Tweet on Tuesday.

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fake news!
Reply4 months
Houston denying it lmao. I would too if people thought I was dumb enough to hire that dolt.
Reply4 months
It was a fake
Reply4 months
This will not happen.
Reply4 months
Man people are talking so terrible about JJ and I honestly don't see why? His lack of success as a quarterback was because of Les Miles. Les Miles can't even get hired at a non power school now because he failed to adapt and be innovative at LSU. Don't knock JJ, hell what he learns at Houston could be beneficial down the road for LSU
Reply4 months
you honestly want to know why ppl talk bad bout jj? ok here a few reasons. he was horrible as a starting and second string qb, he would get in fights,he and his buddiesbeat up some ppl, he got tm7 kicked off for doing weed, he lied bout houston offering him a job on houston football staff. that is problem, shows red flags all over. i would not want that person on my staff if i was a coach or head of a university. do you now understand? if you do not get it then reach out to mr jefferson yourself and offer him a job in where ever you are working to see for yourself
4 months
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Will he be helping in the kicking game?
Reply4 months
Applewhite runs circles around JJ QBing. Perhaps he's gonna have JJ teach the short side option or help WRs run routes or Safetys stop them.
Reply4 months
Applewhite wants in on Louisiana recruiting. That's why he hired Jordan Jefferson. Get to the river parishes he told him.
Reply4 months
Good Luck JJ!!
Reply4 months
Will he be the official weed coach on staff? The ruckus he made was the reason the cops were called to the apartment that got Mathieu the final boot.
Reply4 months
Houston is going to curbstomp teams next season.
Reply4 months
Good Luck young man
Reply4 months
Y'all are some miserable people. Good luck JJ and take advantage of this opportunity
Reply4 months
Not miserable. Serious question as to where he fits in? Applewhite is 100x the better QB than JJ
4 months
I wasn't a fan of his QB play, but he's a tiger, and I wish him well. Good luck JJ.
Reply4 months
Good for him.
Reply4 months
Best of luck, JJ...glad to see you furthering your education and hope you become a Great coach...
Reply4 months
aaah....hahahaha
Reply4 months
Some of our fans are truly miserable dick bags. JJ played as well as he could play for LSU. Be happy for the guy.
Reply4 months
I'm happy for him. His performance on the field does not refleck his ability to coach. Name some successful coaches that were also great players. I wish him well. We all did dumb things in our late teens/twenties, just not many people talked about us. I hope he does well, as I have nothing against the guy.
Reply4 months
OH I did not mean to write "refleck"; smh
4 months
I didn't know that staffs had someone to teach QB's to give a confused look to the sidelines......
Reply4 months
Under Les Miles haven't we all looked confused a time or two...
4 months
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