With Ron Cooper heading off to the Tampa Bay Bucs, LSU has a secondary coach position to fill. That search is ongoing, but you can take at least one person out of the running for the job.
Or, so says Nebraska defensive backs coach Corey Raymond, a LSU alum who has been linked to the open job with the Tigers. Speaking to the media on Friday at the Big Ten track and field championships, Raymond said he had zero interest in returning to his old school.
“I’m not going to take that job,” said Raymond Friday. “I told (LSU) I wasn’t going to come down there and do any interviews.”
Raymond was hired last year by Huskers head coach Bo Pelini and said his 14-year-old son likes Lincoln.
“I like working with Bo,” Raymond said. “It’s like being at the Harvard of football.”
Hey, man. Whatever makes you happy.
(Photo credit, Nebraska athletics)