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Former LSU fullback August Mangin has joined Ed Orgeron's staff as a defensive analyst.

Mangin played at LSU's from 2005-2009 and spent last season on Alabama's staff as an analysts under Nick Saban. Per LSUNow.com:
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Mangin originally walked on at LSU and helped the Tigers win the 2007 National Championship as a fullback and special teams player. He spent the 2012 and 2013 seasons on staff under former LSU coach Les Miles as a special teams assistant working with then special teams coordinator Thomas McGaughey.

In 2014, he was hired as Northwestern State's special teams coordinator and stayed for four seasons before joining Alabama's staff under Nick Saban last season.


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Spy
Reply29 days
He looks a lot like Coach O. Weird.
Reply30 days
You're right. I knew there something about August Mangin!
30 days
Ed's love child
30 days
Welcome back home. And hopefully with some intel from the slimy underbelly of that despised program.
Reply30 days
Haha it's even seconder the funny time.
30 days
Yep, let's see some of those 'best practices' employed by the evil empire. GT!
30 days
Yep, let's see some of those 'best practices' employed by the evil empire. GT!
30 days
Welcome back home. And hopefully with some intel from the slimy underbelly of that despised program.
Reply30 days
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