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Ed Orgeron explains Ed Orgeron, the most changed man in college football

One-on-one with the Louisiana native who’s auditioning for his dream job. BATON ROUGE, La. - Eleven years removed from his first head coaching job, “Ed Orgeron, LSU head coach,” is as improbable a title as the new version of the man holding it. “I’m not the defensive line coach coaching the team,” he tells me. “Now I give each coach on the staff accountability. Let them manage their group.
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