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Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU coach Ed Orgeron was on The Dan Patrick Show last week for the Super Bowl and was asked about his future plans.

Orgeron explained that he wants to take a year off and find a place where his sons can get involved in coaching. Per 247Sports:
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“I want to take a year off,” Orgeron said. “Think about this — I’ve been going to a university, since I started college, for 42 years. I want to just take one year off. Settle down. Let the dust settle. I have three great sons. In fact, my twins it’s their birthday today… They all want to coach. My oldest son Tyler is 29. We’re trying to get them analyst jobs. Get them in college because they were all going to be with me so there’s a little adjustment there. We got one settled. One is going to take the year off and one is going to try to get in the NFL. I want to spend my time working with them. Settle down and then see what’s available for me next year.”
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Luke Fickell Fan26 months
Must be a slow news day.....
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Meauxjeaux26 months
"Settle down" About 2 years too late
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lsucoonass26 months
Centenary
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Tom Bronco26 months
Glad we fired him before he added his son's to the staff. Him hiring his son's isn't just nepotism, it's robbery.
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LSUgrad8826 months
He was an assistant coach with the Saints for at least a year. Last time I checked the Saints aren’t a “university.”
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MSTiger3326 months
Who cares
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MetryMojo26 months
Who cares?
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BRgetthenet26 months
Exactly. Orgeron doesn’t even care. Dan Patrick went on to say, “That’s nice.”
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