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Former tailback great Kevin Faulk expected to join LSU football program's support staff

BATON ROUGE — Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame member and LSU all-time leading rusher Kevin Faulk is expected to be joining his alma mater’s football program as a member of the support staff, sources close to Faulk have told The Daily Advertiser. 309 more words

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LSU's Ensminger explains his offensive philosophy; McMahon hired as special teams coach

BATON ROUGE — How many passes will be completed or intercepted remains to be seen, but it sounds like new LSU offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger will be having his quarterback, or quarterbacks, slinging it. 1,187 more words

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GUILBEAU: Ensminger was best Orgeron could do after Canada mishandling, but he'll do well

BATON ROUGE — Just nine years ago, Steve Ensminger was 50 years old, and his next job was going to be as the passing game coordinator at Smiths Station High School, 33 miles east of Auburn, Alabama, for the 2009 season. 1,635 more words

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Emotional Ensminger: 'This is my opportunity ... I promise, I will make this state proud'

BATON ROUGE — New LSU offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger, a Baton Rouge native and former LSU quarterback, talked about the job he has always wanted — LSU offensive coordinator — on Thursday at a press conference after being introduced by head coach Ed Orgeron. 1,828 more words

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Ensminger's 2016 offense at LSU put up record numbers; Derrius Guice leaving early

BATON ROUGE — Ed Orgeron is returning to someone who helped him get to where he is today: LSU’s head football coach.

Orgeron is re-promoting old friend and LSU tight ends coach Steve Ensminger back to offensive coordinator, a position Ensminger held on an interim basis in 2016 and significantly helped Orgeron get promoted from interim head coach to head coach at the end of that regular season with a successful and, at times, impressive overall offense. 1,268 more words

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Ensminger's 2016 offense at LSU put up record numbers; Derrius Guice leaving early

BATON ROUGE — Ed Orgeron is returning to someone who helped him get to where he is today: LSU’s head football coach.

Orgeron is re-promoting old friend and LSU tight ends coach Steve Ensminger back to offensive coordinator, a position Ensminger held on an interim basis in 2016 and significantly helped Orgeron get promoted from interim head coach to head coach at the end of that regular season with a successful and, at times, impressive overall offense. 1,268 more words

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LSU has reportedly found Matt Canada's replacement

UPDATE: LSU made the move official on Wednesday.

Former #LSU QB Steve Ensminger Promoted to Offensive Coordinator: Details: https://t.co/xbtMRYptDj pic.twitter.com/wVHKet9gP8

— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) January 10, 2018…

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