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LSU announced the hire of new running back coach Jabbar Juluke on Saturday morning.

Juluke, a native of the New Orleans area, served as the head coach at Edna Karr High School for nine years. He spent the past three years as running backs coach at Louisiana Tech after a brief stint at Texas Tech.

He will replace Frank Wilson who left LSU to become the head coach at UTSA. Per LSUSports.net:
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“Jabbar is a veteran running backs coach with strong ties to New Orleans,” Miles said. “He has a proven track record of success at both the college and high school level and he’s going to do a great job of continuing to develop our players both on and off the field.

“Jabbar is a great fit for us and we are excited to have him join our program.”
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Hire the guy who coached the greatest college running back hardly spoken of for the past three years? Leggo.
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Jabbar the Hut Hut Hut
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Can he coach special teams as well?
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First Coach O, now this? The fence is definitely being put up around Louisiana!!! Great hire!!
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Does this mean that the recruiting coordinator position will be filled by another hire?
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I'm in...
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Hell yea
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Welcome home Coach.
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The perfect hire
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