BATON ROUGE, La. – While LSU entered the week with two empty spots on their coaching staff after defensive coordinator Dave Aranda and passing game coordinator Joe Brady departed for other opportunities, the Tigers maintained their defensive backs coach.
LSU and Defensive Backs Coach Corey Raymond agreed to a three-year extension on Monday, January 20th. Raymond turned down Texas A&M’s offer after the Aggies’ lost their cornerbacks coach.
Raymond has been with LSU since 2012, and his current contract is set to expire on March 31, 2020. However, Raymond wasn’t the only coach on the Tigers’ staff to decline other offers.
LSU Wide Receivers’ Coach Mickey Joseph declined an offer from Nebraska. The university offered Joseph the opportunity to be the Cornhuskers’ passing game coordinator and associate head coach.
The Tigers’ maintain coaching at two key positions heading into the off-season.