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LSU’s Orgeron agrees to new 6-year, $42 million contract
LSU says coach Ed Orgeron has agreed to a new contract extension worth more than $7 million annually and which runs through ...
Ed Orgeron, LSU Reportedly Agree to 6-Year, $42 Million Contract Extension
Report- LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron Agrees to Six-Year, $42 Million Contract Extension
The Arizona Republic
LSU coach Ed Orgeron to receive new contract worth $42 million over 6 years
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