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Brody Miller with The Athletic is reporting that LSU special team coordinator Greg McMahon is retiring after 40 years in coaching.

McMahon was hired by Ed Orgeron in 2017 as a special teams consultant and took over the coordinator position from 2018-2021. During his time at LSU, he was able to land Cole Tracy and Cade York and coached standouts, Zach Von Rosenberg and Avery Atkins.

Prior to his time in Baton Rouge, the 61-yeard old coach was with the New Orleans Saints for 10 years and was the special team coordinator for eight of those seasons.



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Thank you Coach All the best for your future
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Thank you Coach All the best for your future
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Thank you Coach All the best for your future
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He did a better job once he got to LSU, but he was horrible with the Saints.
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In other words, not being retained by Kelly
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Great contributor to both Louisiana teams
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What happens to Coach Chris??
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He definitely had some thick skin. So many memories of Sean Payton and Coach O chewing him a new arse hole every time they showed him on the sidelines! That's not to say anything negative about him as a coach. That just comes with the territory of being the Special Team's Coordinator.
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