FootbalScoop.com is reporting that former LSU cornerback Chevis Jackson, who was a defensive analyst on Les Miles' staff last season is headed to Ball State to take the defensive back coaching position.
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Ball State: Source tells FootballScoop LSU defensive analyst Chevis Jackson will be the new defensive backs coach at Ball State.
Prior to joining LSU's staff last season, Chevis worked with the defensive backs as a graduate assistant at South Alabama.

The Mobile, AL native played at LSU from 2004-2008 and was a part of LSU's 2008 BCS National Championship team. He was named as a first-team All-SEC selection in 2007.
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More money? Both Chevis Jackson and Jonathan Zenon were money for LSU in 2007.
Reply62 months
How is that a better job?
Reply62 months
Tiger Bait
Reply62 months
Happy for him. I enjoyed watching him play for LSU. Another great Tiger.
Reply62 months
Happy for him. I enjoyed watching him play for LSU. Another great Tiger.
Reply62 months
Good for him. Congrats, Tiger!
Reply62 months
Congrats Chev! One of my favorite Tigers during my time at LSU. Keep working your way up; hope to see you back at LSU one day!
Reply62 months
He'll be coaching with John Curtis III
Reply62 months
Congrats CJ, working your way up the coaching ladder!
Reply62 months
Happy for Chevis. He will be a great DB coach there, and will continue to be one wherever he goes.
Reply62 months
JBE's fault. Threatening to shut down football so coaches are leaving.
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