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Orgeron and LSU

Former Ole Miss coach Ed Orgeron looks like he’ll be one of many candidates — at least in public conversation — for the defensive coordinator position at LSU. It’s still too early to get a read on who¬†the real candidates

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Media Days Notes

Today’s Schedule – Auburn – Florida – Vanderbilt Some historical notes: Two former Ole Miss coaches rank in the top four all-time of Media Days appearances because they represented two schools. Houston Nutt and Tommy Tuberville — with Arkansas and

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Ed and USC

From the Mother Ship, today’s column on the growth of Ed Orgeron.

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Orgeron comments on 2005

Update Ed Orgeron’s run as USC coach is complete with the hiring of Washington’s Steve Sarkisian. — The vibe coming out of Los Angeles does not sound like USC interim coach Ed Orgeron will be retained as the full-time coach

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Camp 2007 … Powe, Strong first team

This from Aug. 13, 2007. Jerrell Powe’s continuing quest for eligibility included time with the first team in camp. Remember Chris Strong? He’s here too. OXFORD — Two newcomers whose arrival at Ole Miss was highly anticipated — and delayed

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Camp 2006 … Schaeffer and Johnson

One of the more unusual story lines of the Ed Orgeron Era dealt with quarterback Brent Schaeffer. Ed took the unusual approach of naming Schaeffer — the troubled former Tennessee starter and a newcomer to the Ole Miss program —

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Mazzone, Orgeron matchup

Hugh Freeze and Dan Werner worked together on Ed Orgeron’s staff at Ole Miss, but before there was Werner there was Noel Mazzone. Mazzone, who previously served as offensive coordinator with Tommy Tuberville before leaving with Tuberville for Auburn, was

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning. … Kentucky fired its coach, Joker Phillips on Sunday, a day after the Wildcats lost 40-0 to Vanderbilt before sparse gathering at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington. Photos and news accounts of the crowd

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