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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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Dude said he was taking time off so I don't know why this is even a thing.
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College football needs him to be the HC at Miami.
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The fishing camp +100
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That guy is done. He’s going to take his money and rotate time between Louisiana and Destin.
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the South Central Louisiana State University Mud Dogs -5000
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Come home to northwestern state. We need you.
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The Golden Nugget fo sho
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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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I wish he'd be able to stay as our recruting coordinator.
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2019 was glorious. Thank you Coach O for making that happen before the cucks took over LSU.
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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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USC might want a coach that can beat UCLA!
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How are there “odds” for this?
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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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Check out that fishing home down the bayou he keeps talking about?
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Hole
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That worked well for you
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Lol. Fat thumbs.
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Ed surrounded by masses of Southern California blondes…yeah that’s going to end well.
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Nebraska wouldn't hire him as HC, but they sure could use his recruiting skills.
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