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LSU has been in need of some special teams help as Bradley Dale Peveto left his post as the coach of that unit. It looks like the Tigers might have found a replacement for now in former NFL special teams coach and Eastern Illinois player Greg McMahon.

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McMahon has been with the Saints since 2006 and has been their special teams coordinator since 2008. He actually was there at the same time as Saints head coach Sean Payton who was a quarterback on the team. McMahon is an aggressive coach on special team with his unit having recovered 15 fumbles, scored 12 touchdowns, blocked three punts, five field goals, and three extra points in the last eight seasons in New Orleans.

[h/t Saturday Down South]

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