Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
FootballScoop.com is reporting that Steve Sarkisian is making a strong push to have longtime LSU defensive back coach and recruiting coordinator Corey Raymond join his new staff at Texas.

Raymond, a native of New Iberia, La. played for the Tigers from 1988-91 and just finished up his ninth season as an LSU coach.

He signed a 3-year extension last January, worth $600K a year after interviewing with Georgia and Texas A&M following LSU's 2019 National Championship season. He received the Recruiting Coordinator title from Ed Orgeron last March.
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As Steve Sarkisian looks to continue to build a strong staff in Austin, we’re told that he’s going after the lone remaining member of the LSU defensive staff.

Sources tell FootballScoop that Sark has made a very strong offer to bring LSU defensive backs coach Corey Raymond to Texas.
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46 Comments
PROMOTE HIM TO DC YOU FOOLS
Reply7 days
Please, Sarkisian doesn't stand a chance to get corey raymond....COrey Raymond has already been offered head coaching jobs etc and still stayed put
Reply9 days
Everyone has a number.
7 days
I thought everybody was broke because of covid? where is all this money coming from, that could be used for real help for people in need? And don't say "boosters," the 1%...there should be a hiatus on this stuff..hell they had to pay out 24 million just to fire herman!
Reply9 days
FWIW Justin Vincent said he isn’t going anywhere
Reply9 days
Sark the Shark
Reply9 days
Sark filled his staff up already, old news OC- Jim Bean DC- Evan Williams OL- Jack Daniels DL- Johnny Walker DB- Captain Morgan (no relation to Muderland) QB- Tom Collins RB- Shirley Temple (poached her from the niners) WR- Remy Martin TE- Harvey Wallbanger LB- Sam Adams ST- Jose Cuervo (doubles as men’s soccer coach)
Reply9 days
Sark being incentivized by Bama boosters?
Reply9 days
I doubt the BAMA boosters are worried enuf about LSU to go to the trouble my man!
8 days
Steve is targeting a bottle of scotch. That’s about it.
Reply9 days
Piss off, Sark...We'll toss you a bottle of Jack Daniels, but hands off Coach Corey.
Reply10 days
Below are the 10 highest-paid paid defensive backs coaches in college football. 1. Charles Kelly, Alabama — $800,000 2. Charlton Warren, Georgia — $725,435 3. Chris Partridge, Ole Miss — $625,000 4. Keith Heyward, Oregon — $600,000 5. Karl Scott, Alabama — $550,000 6. Mike Reed, Clemson — $540,000 7. Mickey Conn, Clemson — $515,000 8. Steve Clinkscale, Kentucky — $500,000 8. Paul Rhoads, UCLA — $500,000 10. Anthony Poindexter, Purdue — $460,000 10. Corey Raymond, LSU — $460,000 Damn shame! LSU is the only DBU!
Reply10 days
The article states and you can look it up, he makes 600k which would tie him for 4th.
10 days
So by your post, I'm supposed to feel sorry for someone who makes 460 grand?
10 days
Bruh how about reading the damn article instead of spreading fake news
10 days
Sark that Tiger dick, bitch
Reply10 days
It’s fake news
Reply10 days
This would be a mistake for him
Reply10 days
No we’ll keep him thanks anyway we’re good.
Reply10 days
Goodbye. Freeman will be bringing his own staff.
Reply10 days
This is an idiotic comment. This guy has helped boost the tradition of DBU. Great coach that we would be wise to keep.
10 days
Razzle Dazzle is smoking crack.
10 days
And when Freeman doesn’t come?
10 days
He's a good coach and a great fit for LSU. I think he will stay.
Reply10 days
Stop The Steal!
Reply10 days
#SayNo2Tejas
Reply10 days
This happens every year. He aint going anywhere
Reply10 days
Bayou Boyz for Life. Coach O and Raymond will share a bowl of gumbo and get em taken care of.
Reply10 days
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