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Former LSU Coach Ed Orgeron Flirts With Women At Beach (Video)

Former LSU Coach Ed Orgeron Flirts With Women At Beach (Video)

Former LSU head football coach Ed Orgeron always had a certain affinity for flirting with women.

It’s part of the reason why his time with the Tigers came to such an abrupt conclusion.

As it turns out, not much has changed over the past couple of years.

This week a video emerged of him flirting with some young women at the beach. It proved to be an instant hit.

College football fans have always had a soft spot for ‘Coach O’ and his antics, so it didn’t take long for the beach video to go viral.

Fans weighed in on social media.

Be it for his recent engagement to his new girlfriend, wild bedroom photos leaking out or memorable pictures with cheerleaders, Orgeron is something of a unique character. He is definitely one of one.

In recent days, Orgeron was mentioned as a potential candidate to take over at Northwestern following Pat Fitzgerald’s controversial exit.

That said, according to college football insider Bruce Feldman, there is no actual interest there from Coach O’s side.

“Spoke to Ed Orgeron,” he wrote.

“There is no truth to the report that he has any interest in the Northwestern coaching job nor has he heard from anyone at Northwestern.”

For all intents and purposes, Orgeron remains a free agent.

After replacing Les Miles at LSU, Orgeron guided the Tigers to a National Championship in 2019 and amassed a 51-20 record at the school.

Overall, Coach O is 67-47 as a head coach.

Will Orgeron ever coach at the collegiate level again? Time will tell, but for now, he seems content relaxing and flirting with women at the beach on a regular basis.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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