LSU has decided to give Ed Orgeron the job he was auditioning for since Les Miles was fired early in the season. Orgeron, who was 5-2 coaching the Tigers in an interim capacity, was given the keys to the program on Saturday morning.
The movement of coaches around the nation often correlates directly with the strength of recruiting classes that season. Fickle high school student athletes can become scared by the lack of stability and turnover at the highest position and choose to go elsewhere.
It doesn’t seem as though LSU will have to worry about that with four-star quarterback recruit Myles Brennan, who tweeted an endorsement of the coach shortly after the news broke.
Brennan is a pro-style quarterback from St. Stanislaus in Bay St. Louis, Missouri. At 6-foot-3, 180 pounds, he is able to see over the offensive line. That kind of vision has allowed him to throw for over 15,000 yards throughout his high school career.
It appears Brennan remains steadfast in his commitment to the Tigers.
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