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LSU's Brick Haley has accepted the defensive line coaching job at the University of Texas.


Haley was replaced by new LSU defensive line coach Ed Orgeron back in late January and reassigned to an administrative position on the staff.
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nooooo! We love ya, Brick! Good luck to you!
Reply82 months
Bye Brick. Don't let the door hit ya where the good lord split ya. Your D line's have sucked the last several years and players are not getting coached up.
Reply82 months
Good luck Brick....like many have said, it was a great run. And on another note, isn't it nice when people like kbol34 want to throw things into the conversation without having a clue what they are talking about?
Reply82 months
The governor of Louisiana continues to make deeper and deeper cuts to LSU. The athletics department has done nothing but give millions to the university. Any questions about why the university isn't getting the proper funding should be directed to the governor.
Reply82 months
kbol34...Over last 4 years the AD has given the university 33.5 million dollars...averaging about 8 million a year to academic side.
Reply82 months
Good for you, Brick. Thanks for a great run. Also for not being like Chavis.
Reply82 months
Maybe they could donate that money to the academic side of the university. While were at it maybe people could start donating more to the university instead of TAF. Maybe we'd actually have a respectable endowment.
Reply82 months
tRant will love this, a lot of Brick chunking this year about LSU's DL play...
Reply82 months
Well, good for Haley, certainly can't blame him and this also frees up a lot of money for LSU.
Reply82 months
Best of luck to him. He got pretty much left hanging thanks to Chavis.
Reply82 months
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