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Former LSU special teams and linebacker coach Bradley Dale Peveto has joined Jimbo Fisher's staff at Texas A&M for the same role after spending last season at Ole Miss.

Peveto coached at LSU from 2005-2007 and 2014-2016. Per 12man.com:
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"Bradley Dale has coached in the SEC for many years and his knowledge of the league will be a huge asset for our defense and our program," Fisher said. "The Peveto family name has a tremendous connection to Texas high school football and we're excited to be able to have him our staff at Texas A&M."

A standout linebacker during his playing days at SMU, Peveto has a national championship on his coaching resume and has coached at the collegiate level for more than 30 years, including within the Southeastern Conference for the last five years at the University of Kentucky, LSU and Ole Miss. He also served as the head coach at Northwestern State (La.) for four seasons.
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Uh, A&M has an LSU obsession but damn. Lol.
Reply39 months
Is this real life?
Reply39 months
Two words: Recruiting & Barbeque!
Reply39 months
Peveto's strength is not in coaching, but in recruiting....this could be trouble for our recruiting in east Texas an western La.
Reply39 months
I’m going with the old sayin I like our chances recruiting against him
39 months
Hired a program killer right out the gate.
Reply39 months
Ha, good... at least we won't have to worry about their LB's being good anytime soon.
Reply39 months
Jumbo finding it hard to get people on staff I see
Reply39 months
Awesome! The only thing better than not having BDP coach your special teams is being able to go against BDP coached special teams.
Reply39 months
He’s not coaching special teams
39 months
Lol. Not only can they not quit trying to be us even though they think they’re better than us, this guy kinda sucked. Between him and Chevis, they’re taking our worst.
Reply39 months
Loved him as Tom Hanks' dad in Philadelphia.
Reply39 months
This KILLED HOUSTON RECRUITING YOU MORONS.
Reply39 months
Settle down
39 months
They’re missing it. You’re correct in principle......I wouldn’t say killed though. It will absolutely create issues for LSU in recruiting east TX. That said, until aTm establishes what’s deemed a successful season, LSU will maintain an advantage.
39 months
Perfect place for him
Reply39 months
Ha
Reply39 months
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