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LSU wide receiver coach Mickey Joseph has accepted a position at Nebraska as wide receiver coach, passing game coordinator, and associate head coach under Scott Frost.

Joseph, a 53-year-old Louisiana native, played quarterback at Nebraska from 1988-1991.

Ed Orgeron hired Joseph to his LSU staff as wide receiver coach in 2017 and gave him the title of assistant head coach in 2020.

Nebraska officially announced the hire with this tweet:

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Congrats Mickey on the promotion and returning to your alma mater. It's a great opportunity: Best of luck and stay warm during the winters. Come say hi when LSU is in Omaha. ;-)
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Been a great coach for The Tigers! All the best!
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Obviously Mickey likes lame duck coaches
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speaking of douches, go look in a mirror!
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Kelly can't bring his assistants with him, now he can't keep the ones he has. Hmmmm Dude musta heard what a giant douchenozzle he is.
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I think we found the douchenozzle.
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Are you still crying? For someone who didn't like Brian Kelly you sure do a lot of crying.
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The butt hurt is strong in this one.
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ugly red
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Hope he has success.
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GO BIG RED!
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This sucks actually
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They could've at least edited the sharpee out to make it look more original
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If I had my druthers, he'd still be with us. It'll take a pretty stout little NIL pill to keep NOLA kids in Lincoln, in Winter, when they're losing...
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Well, bye
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Nothing but respect for Mickey. No shame in going back to your alma mater. I know if I worked somewhere else as a coach and LSU wanted me I'd come running.
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We got signing day coming up hoping to get a good hire in place to try and savage some good recruits.
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Good luck Coach and thank you for your time at LSU
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Get ready for massive change - Here we go
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Well, bye.
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