Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports
Ed Orgeron has said twice this week that he plans to take a year off to spend time with his family after this season, but odds have started to surface on where he could land if he decides to coach again.

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The beach
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He needs to go to a place such as BYU maybe he won’t get in any trouble
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2019 was glorious. Thank you Coach O for making that happen before the cucks took over LSU.
Reply1 month
No major program will hire that guy as a HC.
Reply1 month
USC might want a coach that can beat UCLA!
Reply1 month
O is replacing Lee Corso next season.
Reply1 month
99% of the country would need closed captions. I’ve never understood word.
1 month
How are there “odds” for this?
Reply1 month
So let me get this straight, we are going to pay this guy 17 million and then he’s going to go somewhere and potentially coach again us? Douche move if he does.
Reply1 month
Not his fault! Good for him!
1 month
If he takes a job in the next 18 months, I think it voids the agreement but not positive
1 month
Come home to northwestern state. We need you.
Reply1 month
That guy is done. He’s going to take his money and rotate time between Louisiana and Destin.
Reply1 month
Ed will be working at Artie’s in Grand Isle.
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Syracuse? Will they give him an interview this time?
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Dude said he was taking time off so I don't know why this is even a thing.
Reply1 month
Check out that fishing home down the bayou he keeps talking about?
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Hole
1 month
That worked well for you
1 month
Lol. Fat thumbs.
1 month
Mcnesse
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To hell. He was our guy and gets canned because he wanted to act like a fool. Yeah, he had to go and I see that now. Why couldn’t the dream season have lasted?? O was gonna be here forever and now this. Oh well, next man up
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Come to think of it O and Les were fired after losing to Auburn mid-season in the same game.
1 month
I think O was fired or whatever you want to call it after the Kentucky game
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Miami, Houston, TexTech, and FlaSt are out- his buyout agreement is "no head-coach or recruiting job in the footprint of the SEC for 18 months"
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What shitty odds. The favorite is -7500 and the second favorite is +650?
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Ed surrounded by masses of Southern California blondes…yeah that’s going to end well.
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The Golden Nugget fo sho
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