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textigah
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re: Could R. Sheppard be an asset for LSU as a coach?


Whatever he does I hope it involves LSU. He is an asset to this school and he would have an impact at any level he was involved.
Player development to recruiting.....don't care. He is such a positive influence it would be felt in any capacity.






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redfish99
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I'm curious as to what makes you think he would be a top notch recruiter?


You aint been paying attention Tor. Big Sam said he was the only reason he even considered coming to LSU. Without a doubt he would be a great asset to th program. Afterall he's going to have to get a job anyway,I don't see him cashing any checks playing football.






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lsudjh
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I myself would love to see Shep back in Baton Rouge coaching and recruiting. I got to speak with him for a second after the Ms State game and I believe with his personality he could sell ice to eskimos. I can definitely see him having an influence on a #1 recruiting class.





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mtheob17
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re: Could R. Sheppard be an asset for LSU as a coach?


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Let's say he plays in the league for a year or two. I could see him going into coaching. Wouldn't he be a top notch recruiter?




He could be a great recruiter/coach.






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