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Rhett Lashlee, Gus Malzahn's offensive coordinator at Arkansas State last season, will be named offensive coordinator at Auburn and will arrive Friday.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by PhillipMarshall 16 months ago
Next guy hired will be ASU strength and condtioning coach. CGM really likes him.
Couldn't have worked out better for AU. He knows the CGM HUNH and we all know Gus will be all over the offense.
BM maybe you can tell us... How do you feel CRL will fit in our recruiting process?
If you cant be honest....whats the point of being anything?
Our DC is more than twice as old as our OC. Interesting.
Hey PM, I'm sure Lashlee will be fine, but I was hoping he'd get someone with a bit more experience in this league. I was thinking he would get the guy from Arizona... who else do you think he'll bring in for other positions?
I watched the video of Russell earlier and liked what I saw. I think a young, fresh look on strength and conditioning will be a great addition.
Don't know but he's young and very personable. I expect he'll be a good recruiter.
With Gus running the offense and play-calling, he didn't need someone more experienced. Lashlee knows his offense in and out and was an assitant here with him. He's exactly what Gus wants and needs. No more.
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According to this article:
He made $90k last year at ASU. I think he and his family are going to have a nice Christmas.
I agree. Little surprised by this move as we could afford to get someone with more experience. Might be a tough sell to recruits.
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