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Matt Bush-USA TODAY Sports
LSU President F. King Alexander was speaking with The Times' Editorial Board on Tuesday and was asked about LSU coach Ed Orgeron after Saturday's loss to Mississippi State. Here's what he had to say:

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Gonna be a long long fall. Thank god for Will Wade and basketball to look forward to.
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This guy has to be a pro Bama terrorist that implanted himself into the university to bring about the end to the only Western threat to their dominance. Well played Bama...well played.
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sucks that i have his signature on my degree
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Until we lose next week
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He should see what we say about him on social media.
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I see he's in shreveport, must be in talks with the independence bowl members because thats where the football team is likely headed.
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Indy bowl would be a reach. If we are without Guice, then we might be upset from Syracuse. From there it is 3-9
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This is 'alright' with a 'great staff'? Wow.......Mr Alexander, many will start to see your true agenda soon.....I know a few of us already do. This is NOT what we want at LSU.
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This idiot is responsible for this entire mess. What a loser.
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Like all folks living in his isolated world, he has no clue and will not accept accountability for the Miles/O mistakes. arse clown.
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I hope LSU alumni stop looking at LSU as just a team to cheer for/donate to after they graduate and instead donate to the endowment. LSU's endowment is very low when compared to schools like A&M. Please don't start moaning about how TAF donates some money to the school and that somehow justifies not having to donate to LSU's endowment.
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F King wouldn't put the money to good use.
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No F King way !!
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I wish we could fire his ass. We need change at the top to the bottom. He is the first one that needs to be hit the door.
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It's his fault. This inevitable slide to mediocrity. He went on the cheap and got a middle aged, unemployed assistant Dline coach who bombed out as a head coach, got passed up by a quality program and thus unemployed until LSU brought him on as an assistant who acknowledges he can't do the job without millionaire assistants.
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Go pull for Bama, hater!
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Anyone who views LSU football as an expense is an idiot.
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F King can eat shite. Alleva is 1A least favorite person in the world. F King is 1B
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Hahahaha. It matters that much to you?
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What F King is saying is he is not a fan of free speech.
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Is that the Horseshoe casino in Shreveport in the background?
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Yes and the Eldorado
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That's "bureau-speak", the language utilized by bureaucrats when speaking on record. The translation in Trant language reads, "We aren't paying out another mother-fricking contract, so take it however you mother-fricking like."
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Anyone care to guess where the picture was taken? I don't recognize any of the buildings outside the window.
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Shreveport
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Looks like Casinos, I concur with S'port. Getting ready for weedeater bowl...
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That is the horseshoe in Bossier City/Shreveport
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Coach O was the desperate last hope hire.
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