OL Coach James Cregg fired

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  1. TigerTap

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    If you were a fan of CSN, wondering if you know who wore #41 for LSU in the early 60s?
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    What an idiot...never fails
     
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    Every time
     
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    Big get! Congrats Ed

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    Yeah, I saw that. I see he went to both Florida & LSU. Not too much available though. Most sort of look like this:

    "American singer and songwriter, and the first person to ever be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame twice in one night. Stills and his family lived in Covington, and he attended LSU, but never graduated." Jun 3, 2020
     
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    Brad Davis bio:

    https://arkansasrazorbacks.com/coache/brad-davis/

    Brad Davis joins the Razorbacks as the offensive line coach from Missouri where he served as the Tigers’ offensive line coach each of the last two seasons. He helped the Tigers to a 6-6 season in 2019 with his offensive line paving the way for the offense to gain 374.3 yards per game, including 151.7 on the ground.

    In 2018, he took over an offensive line that had been built for an offense that averaged 33.1 passes per game in a spread attack in 2017 and transformed the group into a unit that operated in a more balanced, ball control offense, including ranking 40th in the nation and sixth in the SEC in time of possession (30:53). A vast improvement from 2017 when the Tigers ranked next-to-last in the country. The 2018 offense finished the season 13th in the nation in total offense (481.8 ypg), 18th nationally in scoring (36.6 ppg) and 8-5 on the year.

    Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms led Davis’ first Missouri squad, earning first-team All-SEC honors from the Associated Press to become Mizzou’s first offensive lineman to win first-team All-SEC accolades since 2013. Wallace-Sims became the 14th lineman tutored by Davis to earn all-conference honors in his career.

    Davis joined Missouri after a year with the Florida Gators in 2017. With the Gators, he led a young squad that finished the season without any seniors among the team’s two-deep. Despite the youth up front, Florida ran for 165-plus yards in six straight games during the season, the longest such streak since 2009.

    Prior to Florida, Davis spent single seasons at North Texas (2016), East Carolina (2015) and James Madison, where he also was the co-offensive coordinator for a Dukes team that finished 9-4 and earned a FCS Playoff berth.

    Davis spent five seasons at Portland State (2009-13) as the offensive line coach and run-game coordinator for the Vikings. In his final season in Portland, Mitchell Van Dyk earned first-team All-Big Sky and third-team All-America honors as the Vikings led the Big Sky in total offense and ranked third in FCS in rushing and total offense. PSU set numerous school records that season with 6,486 total yards, 3,330 rushing yards, 277.7 rushing yards per game, 540.5 total yards per game and 36 rushing touchdowns. He worked with future FCS Rimington Award winner Cornelius Edison at PSU before Edison played in the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings.

    Pittman has a deep connection with Davis dating back to Davis’ playing days at Oklahoma, where Pittman coached Davis for the Sooners in 1997-98. Pittman later brought Davis to North Carolina in 2008 as the offensive line graduate assistant.

    A native of Baton Rouge, La., Davis is a 2003 graduate of Oklahoma. With the Sooners he was a part of two Big 12 championship teams and the 2000 national championship team. He was named the team’s Most Valuable Offensive Lineman in 2002.

    Davis and his wife, Anecia, have two sons, Bradley and Brayden.

    Brad Davis Profile
    Birthdate: February 17, 1980
    Birthplace: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    High School: Belaire HS – Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    College: Oklahoma, 2003 B.S. Education
    Family: Wife – Anecia; Sons – Bradley and Brayden

    Coaching Experience
    2003-04 Southern University Lab School (OL/Co-Offensive Coordinator)
    2005 Wayne State (OL Graduate Assistant)
    2005 Doane College (OL/Run Game Coordinator)
    2006-07 Texas A&M (DL Graduate Assistant)
    2008 North Carolina (OL Graduate Assistant)
    2009-13 Portland State (OL/ Run Game Coordinator)
    2014 James Madison (OL/Co-Offensive Coordinator)
    2015 East Carolina (OL/Run Game Coordinator)
    2016 North Texas (OL/Run Game Coordinator)
    2017 Florida (OL)
    2018-19 Missouri (OL)

    Playing Experience
    1999-02 Oklahoma
     
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    The short stay at Fla. can be explained by them firing Jim McElwain mid season in 2017. Dan Mullen took over in 2018 and brought with him his offensive coordinator he had at Miss. State.

    Likewise, his 2 year stay @ Missouri ended when Missouri fired their HC (Barry Odom) after the 2019 season, and Drinkwitz brought in his own staff.
     
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