LSU special teams unit steadily improving under Greg McMahon

When the NCAA approved a 10th full-time coach for the 2018 season, it didn’t take long for LSU coach Ed Orgeron to figure out who he was going to hire.

The coach was already in the building working as an analyst for special teams, but Orgeron needed to make him a full-time coach.

Analysts aren’t allowed to interact with players throughout the season and LSU’s special teams didn’t have a singular coach last season, instead going with multiple coaches sharing duties.

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