Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Los Angeles Chargers assistant offensive line coach James Cregg has agreed to be LSU's new OL coach, according to multiple reports.

Cregg will replace Jeff Grimes who expected to be named BYU's new offensive coordinator on Thursday.

Cregg has coached in both College and the NFL and worked with LSU head coach Ed Orgeron at Tennessee in 2009 and at USC from 2010-13. Per The Advocate:
quote:

James Cregg, an assistant offensive line coach with the Los Angeles Chargers, has agreed to be the Tigers' new offensive line coach, a source confirmed with The Advocate on Wednesday night, just an hour after reports of Grimes' exit emerged.

Cregg, a native of Syracuse, New York, helped lead the Denver Broncos to a victory in Super Bowl 50 during his three-year run, 2014-16, in Colorado. Cregg spent five seasons coaching on staffs with LSU coach Ed Orgeron: 2009 at Tennessee and 2010-13 at Southern Cal.
Filed Under: LSU Football

Comments

32 Comments
Lane Kiffin join the reunion.
Reply10 months
Blessing in disguise! Wait for it!
Reply10 months
Fire hire
Reply10 months
“We coming”
Reply10 months
Old
10
onward
Reply10 months
Sweet I’m ready to get my LSU five panel
Reply10 months
I think Coach O can keep the four OL in this class intact. Now it's about 5 stars OT Kenyon Green and OG Kardell Thomas in the 2019 class. I read in a article I can't remember which one it was Green or Thomas said as long as Grimes was here then they would be. I think one of the first things new OLC James Cregg should do is touch basis with them young men and let them know it's all good in Death Valley and that they are still priorities. I just hope he can recruit because say what you want about Grimes he could recruit and coach 'em up. GEAUX TIGERS!!!!!!!!!PURPLEREIGN?????????
Reply10 months
Wonder what impact, if any, this has on the decisions of Clapp, Weathersby, and Brumfield.
Reply10 months
They've all requested evaluation grades from the Draft Advisory Committee.
10 months
Every junior that's decent gets a draft grade. What matters is the grade they get, not who the OL coach is.
10 months
That is not true. I'm not sure the actual number but only like 5 or 10 guys can request evals from the league.
10 months
I will reserve my opinion until a few games into next season.
Reply10 months
It’s sure nice to have a HC with NFL connections. This sounds like a good hire, although we won’t know until next season. Still, I’ glad to see Grimes is coaching through the bowl game. Continuity is important on that O-Line!
Reply10 months
Great resume, but can be recruit the south? He is from New York and spent alot of time California.
Reply10 months
A lot
10 months
Do we want to recruit in the south? Honest question. Doesnt seem like LSU is one to churn out alot of quality O-Line guys to the NFL. Wouldn't mind getting some studs with his connections.
10 months
Tader, Mawae, Whitworth, Faneca, Turner, and Collins say hello......
10 months
Apparently coaches who have worked with O before are willing to work with him again. He must be somewhat agreeable to work with....
Reply10 months
Says everyone but Canada!
10 months
zoom
450
Pretty sweet sit down to talk to a recruit with a super bowl ring on
Reply10 months
Mawae or bust FTW
Reply10 months
I guess we busted? It sure doesnt feel like it.
10 months
Too many skeletons in mawae’s closet.
10 months
Hmmm.... Same day fire and hire
Reply10 months
Im joking btw if anyone thinks im serious
10 months
Is that O's brother
Reply10 months
Great hire imo
Reply10 months
don't know anything about him, so I have no opinion. Just hoping he is better than Grimes!!
Reply10 months
Can't be worse with that resume.
10 months
that was quick.
Reply10 months
BIWO
2113
Was probably in the binder.
10 months
HC87
190
Shows CEO had a plan, keep charging!
10 months
Popular Stories
comments100

LSU Unveils Alternate Uniform & Color Changing Helmet For Mississippi State Game

"Uniforms designed for the future that pay respect to the past."
comments12

Watch: LSU Releases Quick "Block Out The Noise" Hype Video

"When you speak, it's silent. When you're silent, it speaks."
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram