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Bookmaker.eu released updated odds on who will be the next head coach at the end of the season and Houston's Tom Herman is the favorite.

Behind Herman is LSU interim head coach Ed Orgeron and Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher.

Here are complete odds as of October 21st.
Tom Herman -165
Ed Orgeron +200
Jimbo Fisher +300
Field – Any Other +400
Lane Kiffin +1000
Kliff Kingsbury +2500
Larry Fedora +2500
Art Briles +3000
Gary Patterson +3500
Mike Gundy +3500
Kyle Whittingham +3500
Bobby Petrino +4000
Bryan Harsin +4500
Sonny Dykes +6000
Todd Graham +6000
Chris Klieman +6000

Who do you think will get the LSU job at the end of the season?
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105 Comments
Herman should bet huge on himself and then take the job.
Reply35 months
Tom Herman or bust.
Reply35 months
Bust
35 months
Campo tiger herman is being handed his butt on the field right now and you and the negatigers are just I ignorant ,oh yea fisher just had a qb now he has nothing !
35 months
It's going to be Herman. He's too smart and loves football too much to deal with the Texas debacle. The opportunity to lead the university that puts the most athletes in the NFL, and goes head to head in the SEC west each year? Why would Austin even be seriously considered with the LSU job open?
Reply35 months
Like it or not, UT is still considered the premier college HC gig for whatever reasons. Herman is a Texas guy and got his Masters there.
35 months
"Like it or not, UT is still considered the premier college HC gig for whatever reasons." LOL!
35 months
We fired the COACH who put more players in the NFL, not the university, who in their right mind would want to coach here after what Alleva did here, the boosters need to coach they think their so good at it. Nobody WANTs to come here until Alleva is gone. Too much shaky ground, never know if you will get fired. Wake up man
35 months
Les Miles
Reply35 months
Herman
Reply35 months
Worst bet is Kiffin, IMO. I just can't see him getting the job. If the same logic that's being applied to discount CEO were applied to Kiffin.... Well, you do the math.
Reply35 months
So you might as well say it's either Herman or O!!!
Reply35 months
Sonny Dykes :lol:
Reply35 months
1. Herman - explosive new wave offense (power spread), that is tailor made for the high school talent near LSU. Already recruits Houston hotbed and recruited in Texas for years and can lockdown Louisiana. His QB is always a dominant force and he really wants a good defense (7 of his top 10 commits this year are defensive guys). I just think this guy is the next great coach and if we miss him, not because of him just going to another school, but because of putting Coach O ahead of him, we deserve the mediocrity O will put us in. 2. Chip K - offense will work excellent with southern athletes and now that he's been in the NFL, he has more of a duty to get the defense right plus that's bonus points to get recruits. 3. Jimbo - if we are going to continue pro style, how about a guy who pretty much can guarantee we'll have a successful QB? And how about he be the HC? People want O, but what O can do is not close to what Jimbo could do. O can recruit and delegate everything and hope for the best. Jimbo can recruit, coach the hell out of QBs, put a productive offense on the field, delegate defensive duties AND he can finally now pay top money for defensive coaches instead of settling because FSU won't pay.
Reply35 months
Explosive new offense which Navy throttled. Man, some of you just don't wqnt to deal with the fact that Houston's schedule is a joke and Herman is the main benficiary.
35 months
@rob62 what about that joke of a college football playoff he helped OSU win with his offense. He has lost 2 games total at Houston and had them ranked higher than LSU with a team full of 3 stars. You think his schemes wouldn't succeed with the talent at LSU?
35 months
Rob62 l remember when Urban Meyer was at Utah they said the same thing.
35 months
Coach O in a rebuilding year after the draft cleans us out? No thank you.
Reply35 months
Not a fan of Fisher. I believe his success was Jamies Winston. Florida State is heavily underperforming with superior recruiting (like Les), and they face weaker competition every season. He wouldn't stand a chance again Bama and Sagan, or even Houston with Herman!
Reply35 months
I agree. Fisher has been hit or miss at FSU. I'd rather Petrino before Fisher or Fedora. Hope it can work out that Coach O can remain at LSU in some kind of capacity. DC? D-Line Coach? Asst. AD? He's an asset for the program.
35 months
if kiffen is selected, then put lsu football in a hole. how many other programs has he set back
Reply35 months
Coach O is a proven recruiter and he's shown he can take over. We've had 2 games and set 2 major offensive records. I'd like to find out about Herman, but O brings alot to the table.
Reply35 months
CEO's odds improved exponentially in the past 3 weeks. Would've been smart money to bet a little on him from the start.
Reply35 months
Coach Orgeron
Reply35 months
I like Coach O but before we can give him the keys. He has to win every game and at least split TAM/BAMA
Reply35 months
Yaw Yaw over Fisher? I think the bookies are a little hung over today.
Reply35 months
I guess they're betting on Lsu winning out or finishing with 1 good loss ???
35 months
Sonny Dykes :lol:
Reply35 months
wasnt o +2300 a few weeks ago? damn
Reply35 months
Chris Peterson I believe would be a great choice. As much as I'd love to land Herman, Peterson is more proven. Also, the SEC isn't ready for his offense with LSU athletism!
Reply35 months
That's not gonna happen. Child has special needs and Washington is the best place for that.
35 months
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