LSU ranked the No. 1 job in college football

Louisiana native Ed Orgeron thanks his lucky stars daily he didn’t get the USC job back in 2013 after leading the Trojans to a 6-2 record in the interim following Lane Kiffin’s firing. He landed at a program within a recruiting hot bed already enamored with success under Les Miles and when the Tigers moved on from the Mad Hatter, the job was Orgeron’s to take. LSU is a great job in college football’s toughest division and three national titles since the turn of the century prove it’s a turnkey program.

Source: Ranking college football’s 25 best jobs

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