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LSU defensive coordinator Dave Aranda is one of 56 nominees for the 2017 Broyles Award, which honors college football’s top assistant coaches.

The full list of nominees was announced earlier this week:


Aranda, who is considered one of the top defensive coordinators in the country, added the title of associate head coach last December.
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If he didn't win it in 2016, he aint winning it in 2017.
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Top assistant for what?? I don't get it. We loss to troy and moo state. If I coached at Alabama or any big name school and got beat by a jv squad in college football and have 3 losses. Would I be up for the award as well or is he well liked. He is definitely a good coach, definitely worth keeping but the broyles award? Don't get what he accomplished in 2017 season to be mentioned for that
Reply2 months
Redact that. Redact his candidacy.
Reply2 months
Pay the man however much he wants. He is the best coach to ever come through LSU.
Reply2 months
"He is the best coach to ever come through LSU." He's a great coach, but the best ever? Wow.
2 months
I can think of a guy before who came through LSU that was pretty good. Don't remember his name.
2 months
Yeah, that guy we had before Miles was decent.
2 months
Happy for him but sad because I know that it's just a matter of time before the head coaching jobs come calling,he would be hard to replace ... time to open the check book again Joe
Reply2 months
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