Longtime strength coach and Louisiana native Vic Viloria will be rejoining Tommy Moffitt's staff at LSU, according to The Advocate:

Viloria, previously a strength coach under Moffitt in Baton Rouge, spent the past eight seasons with the Seminoles under coach Jimbo Fisher, helping the program win multiple conference crowns and the 2013 national title.

He did not move to Texas A&M with Fisher and was not retained by new FSU head coach Willie Taggart. Viloria had a stop at SMU between his stint at LSU and Florida State. Viloria replaces Ben Iannacchione, who left to be the director of sports performance at Wyoming.
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Great hire
Reply9 months
Really solid hire!!!
Reply9 months
Haters gonna hate while Coach O keeps making his staff stronger and loaded with great networking recruiters!
Reply9 months
Chalmette boy. Great dude. Excellent addition tobstaff
Reply9 months
So he was on Fisher’s staff but Fisher didn’t take him to TAM with him and FSU’S new coach didn’t keep him?
Reply9 months
That is verbatim what the article states
9 months
That makes him the perfect hire.
9 months
From a strength and conditioning perspective, Vic is 5 Star
Reply9 months
I look forward to the negative spin that is sure to come.
Reply9 months
Solid move since he isn't in charge
9 months
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