Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
College Football Insider Bruce Feldman is reporting that Brian Kelly has let go of LSU passing game coordinator DJ Mangas.

Feldman added that LSU analyst Carter Sheridan has been bumped up to replace Mangas and work with the wide receivers for the Texas Bowl vs. Kansas State.


Mangas was hired by former LSU coach Ed Orgeron last January from Carolina Panthers.

Mangas was formerly on LSU's staff during the 2019 Championship season, working under Steve Ensminger and Joe Brady. He was the offensive coordinator at William & Mary before coming to Baton Rouge in 2019.
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It was probably like that scene in office space where the guy explained what he did before getting fired.
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When it have been a good idea to wait until after the bowl game? Just sayin'
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*Wouldn't" not when. Damn voice recognition!
1 month
Whew I thought it was DJ Khaled
Reply1 month
Back in the day the OC was the "passing game corrdinator." Coaching staffs in general today are so bloated. Basketball is worse where it feels like each player has a coach on staff.
Reply1 month
How old is that photo?
Reply1 month
Those are revolutions which was used when I was in high school so I'd say late 2000s.
1 month
Peetz stays
Reply1 month
Pootz is gettin nervous
Reply1 month
Shocking development.
Reply1 month
I guess that's a good thing! Kelly in charge now.
Reply1 month
Oh no!
Reply1 month
Jake Peetz next.
Reply1 month
its taking long enough
1 month
Wat bout dat Joe Brady offense yaw yaw
Reply1 month
Get the red carpet out and get that boy in the pressbox!!
1 month
Interesting that he was let go prior to the bowl game.
Reply1 month
Mangas didn't do anything good all year, just a head ache. Couldn't recruit worth a damn and didn't produce squat on the field, a huge head ache has been let go so maybe the offense will be better. Will see if Peete is worth a damn but I would can him too
1 month
Finally
Reply1 month
I honestly forgot he was still at LSU.
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