Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Bruce Feldman with Fox Sports is reporting that LSU is looking to add former Florida offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier to the staff as an offensive analyst.


The 47-year old coach former quarterback from Portland, Oregon has plenty of experience as an offensive coordinator and QB coach. He was fired at the end of the 2017 season when Dan Mullen took over as the Gators’ head coach.

Playing career - Quarterback
1990–1993 Idaho
1994–1997 New Orleans Saints
1998 Indianapolis Colts
2000 BC Lions

Coaching career:
2001 BC Lions (QB coach)
2002 Ottawa Renegades (QB)
2003–2005 Michigan State (QB)
2006–2007 St. Louis Rams (QB)
2008 Fresno State (OC/QB)
2009–2011 Washington (OC/QB)
2012–2013 Alabama (OC/QB)
2014 Michigan (OC/QB)
2015–2017 Florida (OC/QB)
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Hmmm...he must have a great personality or they think he can help with recruiting? Florida was ranked 109 (out of 129) in total offense for the last season. And (holy shit) 116 out of 129 the year prior. LINK
Reply9 months
He also made AJ McCarron's terrible arse look like a star. Can't judge a career based on a couple of seasons on a team that was a dumpster fire. He can't be any worse than what we currently have.
9 months
Can't judge him off of 3 years of 100+ ranked offense? What do you think made that team a dumpster fire? The terrible, terrible offense. And what about his time from Michigan. Terrible offense. Why did Saban push him out? Delusional to think this guy is a good hire for anyone to do anything.
9 months
Help with recruiting? Lulz. You guys have a lot to learn about Nuss. He's been a terrible OC at multiple spots. He's only decent when he has 5*s everywhere. You guys were warned.
9 months
I'm at least intrigued. It's a start.
Reply9 months
Yea another analyst!!!
Reply9 months
So you guys complain we don't keep up with Bama who has a ton of analysts then complain when we hire an analyst.
9 months
Drizzt, you know you can't expect any consistency from Rantards. :casty:
9 months
Coaching team getting ready
Reply9 months
Well. He’s got a resume!
Reply9 months
Nuss has been more places than Canada. Is this a mini-Matt? Over under on how long he stays?
Reply9 months
2 years tops.
9 months
This is actually a really good hire
Reply9 months
Why??
9 months
Didn't he play for the Aints?
Reply9 months
Didn’t you read at the top of this page??
9 months
another stellar move by Coach Gumbo
Reply9 months
why not hire him as OC instead of analyst ?
Reply9 months
I'll answer my own question: assuming he's looking for something bigger and long-term (NFL?) in a year or two.
9 months
BECAUSE HE'S NOT ONE OF US YAW YAW YAW
9 months
^ ...
9 months
Nice hire, Coach Special Ed!
Reply9 months
so another guy that cant do anything with a QB.YES!
Reply9 months
At least he knows where the bodies are buried.
Reply9 months
Man, do some of you have a life beyond bashing everything that happens within our football program? Seriously, is that what your lives consist of? Waking up in the morning and coming on TD just to ridicule, make fun of, and downplay our football program, coach, and decisions that are made? It's really pathetic. Get a life.
Reply9 months
As pathetic as trying to spin Doug Nussmeier as a good hire for anything other than delivering a pizza? Who knows.
9 months
The answer to your question is a resounding yes. I am convinced that this board is infested with posers who are not LSU fans and post anything negative about LSU just to stir up controversy and hoping to make LSU look bad. It is like no other board.
9 months
Because of the move of Ensminger to OC I think this is a very good hire, he can help put together, the blue print for the offense, then also help with game planning week to week....I also agree that alot of people are just looking for reason to complain, this move can't hurt...& If PS2 hadn't burned us yesterday everyone would be psyched right now cause we got everything we needed and have a spot left over for a possible QB transfer
Reply9 months
*If we didn't lose PS2 to Bama. Its always worse when they pick Bama over us. Ill reserve judgement on the hire until I see the product on the field.
9 months
also agree that alot of people are just looking for reason to complain
9 months
hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha O is running yall's program in the ground!!! He is a terrible game planner.
Reply9 months
He’s MEESTER Nussmeier. I’ll vouch for heem.
Reply9 months
before long, every player will have his own coordinator!
Reply9 months
He may have been a bad OC, but he's overqualified to be an analyst, so solid hire by Orgeron. Most of the problems at Florida was shitty personnel anyway. He did well when Will Grier was playing QB.
Reply9 months
No he didn't Grier had 1.5 games where he looked good. The rest of the time he looked like LDR
9 months
Wow. What a terrible move. Dude is awful.
Reply9 months
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