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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Update: Les Miles confirmed on Tuesday Jan. 21st that Jeff Grimes has been hired as offensive line coach and running game coordinator.


It is being reported by Ross Dellenger of the Advocate that Virginia Tech assistant Jeff Grimes has been hired as the new offensive line coach at LSU.
quote:

Ross Dellenger @DellengerAdv
Virginia Tech assistant Jeff Grimes will be #LSU's new O-line coach, according to high school coach.
Here is a video interview of Grimes when he was with Virginia Tech. Published on Jan 29, 2013:



Grimes will replace former OL coach Greg Studrawa.
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11 Comments
coach miles had a game plan I know he tempted but the coaches stuck to the game plan that's how things are built
Reply30 months
Here are the rushing stats for Grimes as an OL coach since ‘09
2009 Auburn #12 (212 ypg)
2010 Auburn #3 (284.8 ypg)
2011 Auburn #32 (182.3 ypg)
2012 Auburn #85 (148.4 ypg)
2013 Va Tech #104 (119.8 ypg)

After the 2010 NC year there is a steady decline in rushing yards per game…
Reply30 months
Please, let's not put too much into his "NC under the belt"...yes looks nice on the resume but that team had Cam Newton as the QB...he was so good he made the head coach look good...how's he doing these days? So a future NFL HOF needs coaching experience? that's ridiculous...Oh well, we shall see won't we?
Reply30 months
Bleeding purple and gold has nothing to do with coaching. Being an outstanding OL at one time doesn't equate to being able to coach it either. I'll take the guy with experience as a coach.
Reply30 months
This is a man that has demonstrated that he can recruit and coach. A very valuable person to have on the staff. Good job, Les!
Reply30 months
Mr. Shankly, You'd take this someone who has NEVER been a coach over this "hack" who has a national championship under his belt as a position coach? I think it will be a good hire.
Reply30 months
He consistantly takes undervalued players, trains them up, and puts them in the NFL. This guy is a very good hire.
Reply30 months
Anti-Stud. He can actually recruit.
Reply30 months
Damnit! I wanted Mawae...he bleeds purple & gold, future NFL HOF...and we hire some hack from Va tech...niiicccee
Reply30 months
Wtf? He was the o line coach when Auburn won the national championship. Lots of experience and is a good recruiter.
Reply30 months
who is this "high school coach"?
Reply30 months
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