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Per a reporter with the Tupelo Daily Journal, Ed Orgeron might be interviewing for the position. Here is what Parrish Alford wrote in his blog today...

Word on the street is Ed Orgeron will interview for the defensive line coach position with the Saints. Last time I called Ed for an update he had no comment.
 

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Where is that name familiar from?
 

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Where is that name familiar from?

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Where is that name familiar from?

Ole Miss head coach recently fired.

Coaching History
Orgeron returned to the college ranks in 1994 at Nicholls State University before moving to Syracuse University in 1995,[1] where he met his wife Kelly in 1996.[2]

Before being hired by Ole Miss, he was the defensive line coach and assistant head coach for the University of Southern California (USC) where played a key role in Pete Carroll's Trojans winning the co-national championship in 2003 and the outright national championship in 2004. He joined the USC staff in January of 1998, took on the added responsibility of recruiting coordinator for the Trojans in 2001, and was then named assistant head coach in 2003.

In previous years, Orgeron was an assistant at the University of Miami, where he coached eight All-Americans, including NFL first rounders Cortez Kennedy, Russell Maryland and Warren Sapp. During his tenure at Miami, the Hurricanes won the national championship twice (1989 and 1991).

Orgeron was the National Recruiter of the Year in 2004, which prompted the University of Mississippi to hire him after the school's firing of David Cutcliffe.
 

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I still cry from laughing so hard at that video.

AYOYAOAOYAOYAYOAAOYAOAA Brent Schaeffer!:smilielol:
 

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wasnt' he one of the assistant candidates in 06?
 

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