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Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
Brody Miller with The Athletic is reporting that LSU wide receiver coach Mickey Joseph has turned down an offer from Nebraska where he would be named passing game coordinator and associate head coach.

Joseph, a native of New Orleans, played quarterback at Nebraska from 1988–1991. He has been on LSU's staff since 2017 and is one of the top recruiters on Ed Orgeron's staff.

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Westbank strong. He’s home. He isn’t leaving ... even to his alma mater. Best Eagles QB ever.
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I'm glad he is staying because our wide receivers to me are the best group in LSU history. I haven't seen pitch and catch played that good in a long time if ever.
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Nice try Huskers. Trying to get in on LSU’s passing offense
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Gotta love it. Passed on our Heisman winning QB. And gets passed on by our WR coach.
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Nebraska was a one time the model of college football
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I’m assuming coach eaux told him he would play a bigger role with Brady gone
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Better Players better food in the Boot.
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This! Hard to get kids outside of the corn belt to go to the State of Nebraska this day and age.
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Someone stays!
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Staying to coach with his brother, Vance.
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Screw you cornfrickers! You did not want our QB and you ain't getting Mickey either.
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Lol, you know you're a dumpster fire when you can't even get an alumni to come to take a higher paying job you offer.
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LOL
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He smart
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Mickey’s guys were unstoppable this year. Thank little baby Jesus he is sticking around.
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