Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
LSU tight end coach Steve Ensminger has a contract extension through 2018 and a $25,000 raise, according to The Advocate.
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Tight ends coach Steve Ensminger has been given a contract extension and a raise, according to documents released by the LSU Board of Supervisors.

Ensminger, the longtime college football assistant and former LSU quarterback, received an extension through the 2018 season and a $25,000 raise to a $325,000 salary. His contract had ended in March. The 59-year-old was operating on a rollover year.
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Can he call plays again? Thx
Reply14 months
LSU should be getting money back after losing to Troy.
Reply14 months
This tells me that they’re keeping O and staff past this year.
Reply14 months
Did you think the Administration would bail this quickly? Doing so would prove they made the wrong choice and they won't do that publicly.
14 months
I already told you that. It’s called a buyout clause. O isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Ensminger is an asset to the program and probably should be calling the plays on offense. He did very well in that capacity last year, albeit with veteran leadership on the line. Still, congrats Steve!
14 months
A $12 million buyout tells me he’s staying. And $6 million next year. And when we’re back on top, everyone will say, “I told you that guy could coach.”
14 months
I don't think ANY coach should be getting raise right now.
Reply14 months
It makes no sense. Wish we could have a clean house. No offense to Steve.
14 months
His contract ended in March. He was operating on a rollover year, so maybe there was a deadline to extend or cancel.
14 months
Your opinion is irrelevant.
14 months
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Outstanding CFB athlete
Reply14 months
Ensminger doesn't deserve negative comments. He's an asset to this team.
Reply14 months
Agree
14 months
Yup
14 months
Fire O and make him Interim HC.
Reply14 months
Lose to Troy, get a raise. Makes sense.
Reply14 months
Yea, it was all Ensminger's fault we loss. Seems to me we got at least one TE touchdown pass during the Troy game. You are a moron PortHudsonLooza
14 months
I'm not saying he didn't deserve the pay raise but the timing of this is incredibly bad.
Reply14 months
Well that depends on when his contract was up... I guess
14 months
His contract was up in March read the damn article.
14 months
Tell me again how a TE coach lost us the game to Troy? This man seems to be a better play caller than our current OC. He deserved a raise.
Reply14 months
Ensminger has been a solid asset as a coach and recruiter for the Tigers for his whole time here. Bleeds purple and gold without asking for any credit for what he did last year. Total team player! Great job Steve!
Reply14 months
He’s solid but why now with so much uncertainty lol
Reply14 months
Alleva attempt to create stability I guess. Fix the rift on the coaching staff ?? Will tbey make a move on Canada if offense struggles? That woudknt be smart but they are already in desperation mode 5 games in. Wow
Reply14 months
It is what it is, and you do what you have to do.
14 months
Congrats to a great guy!
Reply14 months
Seems weird to be paying a TE coach that much especially when LSU hasn't developed a decent TE in decades.
Reply14 months
This tells me O is firing Canada in a matter of weeks, maybe days.
Reply14 months
Why the hell are we extending contracts? How stupid can this department actually get?
Reply14 months
We heard you the 3rd time. Remember last year when he came in to pinch hit as OC. This is his reward.
14 months
Why the hell are we extending contracts? How stupid can this department actually get?
Reply14 months
Why the hell are we extending contracts? How stupid can this department actually get?
Reply14 months
Heard the word raise and immediately got hot but then saw the name Steve and it went away.. only one that deserves a raise. Really like Steve, congrats Easy E !
Reply14 months
Rewarding his loyalty. Good call
14 months
Agreed. We need more like him. Professional, dependable, competent. Well done, Steve.
14 months
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