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LSU strength and condition coach Tommy Moffitt as reportedly signed a new three-year deal with the Unversity and will receive a 25-percent raise according to The Advocate:
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Moffitt's new deal runs through the 2019 season and pushes his salary from $320,000 a year to $400,000. He's set to receive built-in raises of $15,000 in each 2018 and 2019, according to his new contract. The contract, available in the LSU Board of Supervisors agenda, is set for approval by the board at its meeting next Friday.
Moffitt has been at LSU since 2000 when he was hired away from Miami by former coach Nick Saban.

His son, Aaron Moffitt, is a three-star defensive end that is currently committed to LSU for the class of 2017.

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SamuelClemens88 months
Legend! However I'd like to see the Tigers looking strong like they did earlier in Tommy's LSU days.
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iPadThai89 months
It's ironical that his protege Scott Cochran is much better at the job than him. If LSU wanted the best guy in the country, they should have gone after Scott.
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BigPerm3089 months
Just hire a crossfit "coach" for $25k and put the rest in the taxpayers pocket. Moffitt is an overpriced gym teacher.
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red racker89 months
Does Tommy even lift?
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Strannix89 months
25% raise for mediocrity, par for course
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Lsuchs89 months
Hard to tell how much of the criticism he received was due to miles' practices. Our players didn't looked gassed the back end of this year, and played about where we would expect. Outside of Redzone efficiency against UF (not on moffit) what is the gripe this past season? We handled ark following a physical bama loss, a bama loss in which their depth not conditioning took over in the 4th quarter.
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BayouBengals1889 months
Miles apparently ran the players into the ground. Even if in great physical/game shape, there comes a point when your body is just exhausted and being in great shape doesn't matter anymore and rest is needed.
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zed4489 months
I don't get it !!
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Lexman189 months
Other than talking steroids, what's cutting edge about getting in shape? I think Moffit is well qualified.
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jeff589189 months
Very uneducated post
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HuRRiCaNe MiLeS89 months
Meh
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Mr.Perfect89 months
I really think we need new blood here. Tommy learned the Hatch method and most of Hatch's other apprentices have evolved as we understand more and more about the body. Tommy isn't cutting edge anymore.
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coopsdad89 months
Not true. Tommy also has two protoges of his own out there in Scott Cochran head SC coach at Bama and Vic Viloria head SC at Florida State.
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Blanky671589 months
And those two proteges have been showing him up.
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Lsuchs89 months
Have they though? That's what we are going to find out under a new regime, how much was miles. You could say FSU has had struggles against inferior talent, and bama has a talent edge on us and everyone they play. Would Moffit not have them playing similarly? Idk
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Chuker89 months
We have the best people, don't we folks?
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Ripley89 months
We do but get ready for a lot of disagreement on this opinion.
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