BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - LSU head coach Ed Orgeron made himself available Tuesday morning to answer questions on 104.5 ESPN Radio and talked about many topics, including the open coordinator jobs for the Tigers.
Offensively, Orgeron said he wants to get back to the offense LSU ran in 2019, much of it credited to the expertise of passing game coordinator Joe Brady, now the offensive coordinator with the Carolina Panthers.
Two guys who currently work with Brady, quarterback coach Jake Peetz and offensive assistant DJ Mangas, both visited Baton Rouge on Tuesday for interviews. Mangas is familiar with the Tigers. He served on the LSU 2019 National Championship team as an analyst under Brady.
- Orgeron: LSU All-SEC Freshman TE Arik Gilbert has officially entered transfer portal
- LSU DE Glen Logan announces return in 2021
- LSU senior DE Andre Anthony returning for another season
- LSU junior OG Ed Ingram decides to return for another season
- 2 LSU defensive linemen announce their return for 2021
- LSU OG Chasen Hines says he’s returning next season
Orgeron confirmed that Marcus Freeman is his top target for LSU’s defensive coordinator position.
The 34-year-old Cincinnati assistant is scheduled to visit Thursday. He had his Bearkats swarming Georgia in the Peach Bowl, holding the Dogs to just 10 points in three quarters.
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