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Edward Aschoff with ESPN.com picked LSU as his "SEC coaching job with the most upside" in this article on Tuesday:
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Edward Aschoff: LSU

When you’re in such a talent-rich area of the country as the one in which the SEC finds itself, there are more than just a couple jobs with a ton of upside. I’m going with LSU. The state is overflowing with talent, and you can pluck guys from neighboring Texas and Mississippi. Les Miles has been one of the SEC’s best during his time in Baton Rouge, and a lot of that has to do with the top-tier, in-state players he’s been able to keep at home. It certainly helps there isn’t another in-state school LSU has to worry about on the recruiting front. LSU also has one of the country’s most passionate fan bases, and there’s no shortage of resources or money to help LSU stay on elite footing.
Here are some of the other picks:

Sam Khan Jr.: Missouri
Chris Low: Tennessee
Greg Ostendorf: Texas A&M
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