Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Former Florida offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier will not be joining LSU's staff after all.

Last week, Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman reported that the former Florida, Michigan, and Alabama offensive coordinator would be joining LSU's support staff as an offensive analyst, however, it is now being reporting that Nussmeier landed a full-time job as tight ends coach with the Dallas Cowboys.

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LSU dodged a bullet on that one.
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That sucks.
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Awesome :)
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So you agree to a job for leverage to get one you really wanted? What as a-hole. Basically the definition of a dick move.
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Time to search Houston area high schools
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This is code for "he jacked up the roux"
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Thank God
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40 comments and “no chest”?!
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...41 and no “no chest”
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I’m simply shocked that any coach would rather be an NFL position coach over being an LSU analyst. Shocked.
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Righttttt!?
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We comin’. He goin’.
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So now the negatigers who were mad about the hire are now mad he didn't get hired? I'm confused.
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The reason for this is simple. They aren’t just negatigers. They are just negative people in general. They take every opportunity that they can to b**ch and moan
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O has lost control of this program.
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No he didn’t. He never had it in the first place. He’s lost as a goose and in over his head.
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U lost control of your perm!!
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non story!
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Typical of the media to report something that doesn't happen. I hope Orgeron knows what he is doing. I mean, ole Doug is a proven OC in the SEC and would be an excellent choice for OC at LSU. He has a NC to show for his efforts and a resume that includes tutelage under one of the greatest coaches in the history of college football. I don't think Ensminger has a resume as impressive. I hope getting rid of Canada and spurning Nussmeier all in favor of hiring Ensminger as OC isn't some form of nepotism. The head coach who puts personal feelings ahead of the success of the program will eventually suffer, especially when they spurn a good coach in favor of an inferior coach who is also a friend. For some reason, this stuff feels like it has Les Miles name all over it. It doesn't, but it's something that he would do.
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Dafuq are you even talking about?
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You did a whole lot of typing to say absolutely nothing
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Can we take Doug and the Cowboys take Ensminger?
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Wait, the narrative was that he was no good, now that he’s not coming because he got an on-field job he is good and O can’t keep good coaches. This fan base is pathetic.
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Our fan base as a majority is dog shite.
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Anybody with any intelligence can take a gander at Nussmeiers resume and see he has had success as an OC. I think he has had more success as an OC in the SEC than Ensminger. Maybe I'm wrong. Success often depends on the caliber of players on the field, so, it's a little subjective in nature because the objectives can be mis-leading. Less face it, an offense with Brady at Qb is going to be more successful than an offense with Etling. The coach can be the same, but the player is better.
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I know it’s hard to remember. But TRY to remember that the majority of the fan base doesn’t even get on this website. Don’t let these folks put that bad of a taste in your mouth for the whole fan base. Every organization and large group of people period has the bottom feeders always trying to stir sh** up. I’m ready to see ole Dave Aranda, Devin White and the boys absolutely BALL next season. GEAUX TIGERS
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Guys, we are just saving space for the transfer coaches. Relax.
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It always look bad for LSU football wise. It's just time to clean house except Aranda,Corey Raymond & a few others.
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Well, there's always next year.
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Truly sad how miserable some of the LSU fan base is
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