The offseason of change on coaching staffs across the country continues, with LSU the latest to “adjust” its personnel heading into the recruiting homestretch.
The Tigers announced via release Wednesday that offensive line coach Greg Studrawa has decided to leave the football program in order to “pursue other opportunities.” What those other opportunities are were not detailed.
“Stud (Studrawa) was a big part of our success here,” head coach Les Miles said in a statement. “We won a lot of games, including a national championship and four straight 10-win seasons, with him. We appreciate all that Greg did for this program and wish nothing but success for him and his family in the future.”
Studrawa had been a part of Miles’ LSU staff for seven seasons, making him the longest-tenured assistant in the program. In 2011 and 2012, after Steve Kragthorpe was forced to step aside due to health issues, Studrawa assumed the role of offensive coordinator in Baton Rouge. He relinquished that role to Cam Cameron in 2013.