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Former LSU running back Nick Brossette has joined the Tiger football support staff as the director of alumni relations and high school outreach. Per LSUSports.net:
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“I am excited to join Coach Kelly’s staff as the Director of Alumni Relations and High School Outreach,” Brossette said. “It has been a dream of mine to come back and work where it all started. LSU has provided me with so many opportunities to grow and learn. I am ready to tackle this new opportunity and help continue to develop our relationships with former players and connect with high school coaches about the amazing things our football program is doing on and off the field.”

Brossette, a Baton Rouge native and a product of University High School, was a four-year letterwinner for the Tigers from 2015-18. He rushed for a career-best 1,003 yards in 2018 helping lead the Tigers to a 10-3 mark and a win in the Fiesta Bowl.

In four years with the Tigers, Brossette appeared in 47 games with 12 starts. He capped his career with 1,350 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns. As a senior in 2018, he was named a permanent team captain and later went on to participate in the East-West Shrine Game.

Brossette spent training camp with the Patriots in 2019, rushing for 200 yards and three touchdowns during the preseason. He was later signed by the Detroit Lions where he was on the practice squad for one season.

Brossette graduated from LSU in August of 2020 with a degree in sports leadership.
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Enjuhnear22 months
Glad he found a spot on the staff. Great kid. Endured some hard times as a child.
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A degree in sports leadership?
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CajunBullet22 months
Keep um home Nick, keep um home. Geaux Tigers!
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NorCali22 months
"Nicholas"!
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southsidedell22 months
"Dammit Nicholas!" - Some former RB Coach lol
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Solid Tiger who persevered and stuck it out during his time here when others would’ve quit and transferred. Great to have him back and a part of the program
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CSATiger22 months
good deal for all
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Loup22 months
Hell yeah, glad he's here.
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reauxl tigers22 months
Operation stop letting kids from the high school across the street from campus go to Alabama
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TheFlyingTiger22 months
Nooooo shit
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