LSU offensive analyst and wide receiver assistant Blaine Gautier is reportedly leaving the staff to become the wide receivers coach job at McNeese State, according to Shea Dixon.

Gautier, a native of Edgard, Louisiana played quarterback at ULL and has been on LSU's staff since 2015.

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This is all fantastic news. You want your analysts to get good jobs. That attracts good analysts.
Reply18 days
I'm tired of losing these guys in rapid succession, but I wish them all the best in their new positions.
Reply19 days
Just how many analysts does LSU have? Can Coach O find good quality OA’s? Yes! Ensminger, Cregg, Robinson and Joseph are still there. Just needs to find a QB Coach? Why so worried?
Reply19 days
Just how many analysts does LSU have? Can Coach O find good quality OA’s? Yes! Ensminger, Cregg, Robinson and Joseph are still there. Just needs to find a QB Coach? Why so worried?
Reply19 days
With this many departures, i can only think that at least half of them caught wind that they were going to be replaced if they stayed. That said, aranda needs to be put in his place. Losing jorge munoz hurt...he was supposed to be the one to fill in for joe brady.... and now aranda is going after lsu's top recruit for 2021 in 5 star LB Raesjon Davis.
Reply19 days
Who was the first of the day?
Reply19 days
Ed O gettin everybody paid!!
Reply19 days
As much as i hate the Cowboys..Tony Romo would make a great Offensive analyst on any team.
Reply19 days
What in the frick? Romo makes multiple millions of dollars in his current gig. He’ll never do anything else.
19 days
Seriously... Romo is being talked about to move to MNF for like 10 million a year. To shoot the shite once a week. Obviously there’s a lot more to it than that but he ain’t coaching. Haha
19 days
You got pain.... Call Blaine!
Reply20 days
Well Hell. We may as well forfeit next season...I kid I kid
Reply20 days
ROPO
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People want our analysts because of the success of the program. Other people considering being an analyst want to come here because it leads to real coaching jobs. This is a really good thing.
Reply20 days
Not all analyst are created equal but they are a dime a dozen if you just use them to break down film. In other words, there are a ton of people out there that could make great analysts. It's an OK gig, you don't get to coach the players, but they can help players while in the position group rooms and around campus . That's why Munoz was good for burrow hE was allowed to spend time with burrow in the facility .just couldn't talk or coach him at practice or games... Not sure how strict the rules are though.. BTW, turnover with analysts is extremely quick. They all want to coach
Reply20 days
Huh
20 days
Congrats Blaine! We hope to see you back in the P&G in the future. Frank is a great coach and y’all will do good things together. Good luck! Geaux Tigers!
Reply20 days
The Coach O coaching tree continues to expand.
Reply20 days
I like that hire. He can make a name for himself there if he can recruit Louisiana real well just like coach Frank does.
Reply20 days
He’ll be polished and back to work a big job here later on. Good investment
20 days
Good luck.
Reply20 days
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