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LSU defensive line coach Ed Orgeron was named the Tigers' new recruiting coordinator and will receive a raise and extension, according to NOLA.com:
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Orgeron, whose two-year deal expires after the 2016 season, will receive a raise and extension as he takes over the role held for the past six seasons by Frank Wilson, who left LSU for the head coaching job at University of Texas-San Antonio. Orgeron's contract paid him $450,000 in 2015.
Orgeron's contract is subject to approval by the LSU Board of Supervisors.
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Perfect!
Reply68 months
YAW YAWWWWWWW! Git um, O!
Reply68 months
Is this an add-on responsibility or will he no longer coach the DL?
Reply68 months
I don't think he bringing team snacks anymore either.
68 months
Don't know what took so long
Reply68 months
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