LSU legend Kevin Faulk held a press conference on Tuesday after being named to the 2022 College Football Hall of Fame this week.

Faulk, who served as LSU's running back coach this past season, spoke in front of reporters about the honor and talked about his next steps after not being retained by new head coach Brian Kelly.

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Legend!!! He is who got me watching Lsu in the 90s!
Reply12 days
He’s had a good life but is dealing with a family tragedy. I’m sure he and his family will rebound from this low point. I love Faulk as a player. He needs to hone his coaching skills
Reply12 days
I think he’ll end up back at LSU at some point, in some capacity, if he isn’t already in a better place. Someone will offer him a nice job, he will learn on the job like everyone else and possibly come back when he’s gotten more experience in the coaching world. BK simply needed a different type of coach to get this all started in the right direction. He could have kept him here to simply recruit WRs and RBs here in Louisiana and he would have been worth the position, not to mention sending him to recruit in other areas. I think he landed some great talent while here, just may not have the coaching aspect down yet. There’s a lot of psychology involved in coaching as well as the technical/physical aspect. In college there’s more variables like their school work as well. Wish him well!
Reply12 days
He is like Shaq...a public ambassador! Not like he would take a coaching job anywhere besides NFL
Reply12 days
“I knew how important an education was. I knew coming back and getting my degree was important.” <— he gets it
Reply12 days
No excuse for Kev and Raymond to still not be here.
Reply12 days
He was a great player at LSU and in the Pros. He went back to earn his college degree. I applaud his greatness, not only as a player, but as an example and mentor for those who came after him. I wish you nothing but joy and happiness Kevin.
Reply12 days
Went back? He stayed all 4 years at LSU.
11 days
He was a great player at LSU and in the Pros. He went back to earn his college degree. I applaud his greatness, not only as a player, but as an example and mentor for those who came after him. I wish you nothing but joy and happiness Kevin.
Reply12 days
I'm struggling to believe that they couldn't move him into a player development or analyst role...quietly, without embarrassing the man publicly. Not how family business should be conducted
Reply12 days
It's business, not family.
12 days
I agree. And it’s family.
12 days
Doubtful Kelly said "Never come back". Everything was shite last year. He had to clean house and start over. BK has 0 relationship with Kev. Maybe that can change.
12 days
they should have him on the staff
Reply12 days
All eyes on 3
Reply12 days
It’s with a “z.” ALL EYEZ ON 3 (shaved into back of his head was classic vs. Gators).
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