John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU offensive analyst Jorge Munoz is rejoining Ed Orgeron's staff after he was let go as Baylor's passing game coordinator after just one season.

Orgeron announced the Munoz news during a WWL radio interview on Monday and revealed that his son Parker Orgeron, who is a former wide receiver at McNeese State, has also been hired as an analyst as well. Per The Advocate:

Munoz specialized in planning LSU's blitz protections, and his prowess in creating game plans for offensive line coach James Cregg was enough for former quarterback Joe Burrow to thank Munoz during his Heisman Trophy acceptance speech in 2019.

Orgeron said Munoz "really did all our protections" on Tuesday mornings at 5 a.m. with Cregg, and the head coach said LSU could've used Munoz's eye last season, when the Tigers ranked 96th nationally with 25 sacks allowed.

"We missed him last year," Orgeron said. "So he's back. In fact, I talked to him today. That's a big get for us."
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Great to see Jorge back....his experience will be very helpful for sure.
Reply1 month
Love this!!!
Reply2 months
Who gives up a passing coordinator job for an analyst's job. Make a fraction of the money?
Reply2 months
Someone who was fired from their passing coordinator job.
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