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Louisiana’s 2018 class full of future college, pro stars | Jerit and the Kid

Jerit and the KidLouisiana’s 2018 recruiting class is full of star power that appears poised to excel on not only the college level, but also professionally.

And Jerit Roser and Jordan Burkett could help but spend the inaugural edition of “Jerit and the Kid” discussing the talented group.

Check out the podcast below for some rankings, a few under-the-radar names and some other notable story lines, including LSU’s biggest challengers for these prospects and which playmakers are most closely watching new Tigers offensive coordinator Matt Canada’s offense this fall.

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Abraham Wallace to Texas Tech: Former LSU DB makes ‘business decision’ for future

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Former Dunham standout and LSU walk-on Abraham Wallace has transferred to Texas Tech for business school (Courtesy of Abraham Wallace, from Texas Tech).

The difficulty of the decision continued to weight visibly on Abraham Wallace’s mind even in his final hours before moving away from the only hometown he’s ever known.

Three years at LSU have been a childhood dream come true against the odds for the local small-school product.

But, with two years of eligibility remaining, Wallace couldn’t help but feel his best opportunity for the future lay 11 hours away from Baton Rouge — at Texas Tech.

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Hashing through LSU’s coaching announcements, subsequent recruiting news

Ed Orgeron will be LSU’s football coaching moving forward, Athletic Director Joe Alleva announced Saturday after a week-long whirlwind of rumors linked Jimbo Fisher and Tom Herman to the position.

And within just four days, the subsequent news and developments have given fans little opportunity to catch their breath.

Most notably and anticipated, defensive coordinator Dave Aranda will remain on board — with a pay raise and extension at that — while the Tigers have parted ways with special teams coordinator Bradley Dale Peveto.

A pair of prospects with longstanding relationships with Orgeron took steps away from LSU.

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LSU’s big Thanksgiving: Texas A&M on Thursday, coaching decision by Sunday? | Podcast

LSU will complete its regular season Thursday at Texas A&M, but the biggest developments of the week could come in the days to follow.

Sources have indicated to several media outlets, including DatBoot.com, that a decision on the program’s head coaching position could be determined as early as this weekend with reports swirling that an aggressive run is being made at Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher.

Jerit Roser and Mark Clements dive into the Tigers’ date with the Aggies and the potentially imminent hire in the podcast below.

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LSU’s offensive struggles vs. Florida far surpass final play, toss dive

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Saturday’s final play was less the culprit than a nutshell.

LSU snapped the ball from Florida’s 1-yard line, tossed to running back Derrius Guice and came up short of tying and likely beating the Gators as time expired.

The Tigers’ offense had left much more to be desired for four quarters of a miscue-riddled afternoon for both sides, though, than simply an understandably frustrating conclusion to the 16-10 defeat.

“We can’t put the result of the game on one play,” senior fullback John David Moore said. “That wouldn’t be fair to anybody on this team. Really, yeah, he was supposed to go the other way, but at the end of the day, it comes down to everybody on this team.”

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