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LSU coach Paul Mainieri spoke to the media on Friday afternoon to discuss his retirement after 15 seasons with the school. Here's what he had to say:

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The guy has obviously not gotten over losing his Father. I really think he needs mental help. He appears to be suffering from some form of depression.
Reply20 days
It was only emotional because it was forced. Should have been forced years ago. It is time for LSU baseball to get back on track.
Reply21 days
Wonder how Smoke feels?
Reply21 days
“His decision” LOL! Yeah, ok
Reply21 days
He wasn’t going to be fired this year no matter how many some of y’all want to believe he was.
21 days
Uhhh ok, sure
20 days
You can whatever you want about Paul but he loved this university. I wish him the best and appreciate his tenure at LSU.
Reply21 days
You can say...
21 days
Yes, thank you for a decade of very average baseball and for leading the premier college baseball program in the country to the 5th best program in the SEC. But he loved LSU, so I forgive him.
21 days
Yes, thank you for a decade of very average baseball and for leading the premier college baseball program in the country to the 5th best program in the SEC. But he loved LSU, so I forgive him.
21 days
Big shoes he had to fill. Thanks coach for the memories and for understanding when it's time to pass the torch.
Reply21 days
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the next assistant WBB coach...
Reply21 days
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