Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
There were many reports surfacing Sunday that LSU was making a push to hire Auburn wide receiver coach Dameyune Craig.

LSU made it official when they announced the hire of Craig Sunday night. Per LSUSports.net:
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“I want to thank the Auburn family for all of their love and support over the years,” Craig said. “My decision to make this career move is in no way a reflection of Auburn or the Auburn family. It is strictly a professional decision. It’s about growing as a coach and, hopefully, one day becoming a head coach.
Craig will replace Tony Ball who spent just one season at LSU and left to pursue other opportunities.

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LSU is 10-5 vs Auburn in the last 15.
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Yeah it looked like a lateral move after LSU hammered Auburn this year. What is that now 7 or 8 of the last 11?
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Wish him the best. Honestly if I was just basing my decision on helping my career I may have left too. He has learned about all he can from Gus. He hasn't done alot coaching at Auburn but he is a great recruiter. Maybe it will come out that Gus held back his coaching decision but we will see.
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Lateral move.

Ok I'm sorry I couldn't say that with a straight face.
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Sorry for the multiple posts. Only hit the button once.
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Lateral move. Craig's quote might leave one to believe he thinks Miles is safer next year than Malzhan.

Bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it pays off for him.
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Lateral move. Craig's quote might leave one to believe he thinks Miles is safer next year than Malzhan.

Bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it pays off for him.
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Lateral move. Craig's quote might leave one to believe he thinks Miles is safer next year than Malzhan.

Bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it pays off for him.
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Lateral move. Craig's quote might leave one to believe he thinks Miles is safer next year than Malzhan.

Bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it pays off for him.
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