The Tigers rallied to upset No. 15 Texas A&M on Saturday night. It was an emotional and thrilling sendoff for Coach O.
LSU quarterback Max Johnson found Jaray Jenkins on a 28-yard go-ahead touchdown pass with 20 seconds left to stun the Aggies.
Are you kidding @JenkinsJaray
Johnson to Jenkins for the TD ‼️ pic.twitter.com/NgOvVmuePP
— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) November 28, 2021
It was a fitting end to the Orgeron era. And he couldn’t help but get emotional during his final postgame interview at Tiger Stadium.
Ed Orgeron enters his final press conference *screaming* “HOW BOUT THEM TIGERS, BABY!” #LSU
— Brody Miller (@BrodyAMiller) November 28, 2021
It’s pretty incredible Ed Orgeron beat Jimbo Fisher, of all people, in his final game at Tiger Stadium.
Take a look at what the college football world had to say about Ed Orgeron’s sendoff on Saturday night.
“Ed Orgeron’s last home game at LSU is a wild comeback win against Texas A&M and Jimbo Fisher. Since 2018, Orgeron’s record is 36-14. Jimbo Fisher is 34-14,” one fan said.
“Ed Orgeron beating Jimbo Fisher, of all people, in his final game at Tiger Stadium sure is something,” another commented.
“Ed Orgeron finishes his #LSU career 51-20 for a 71.8 winning percentage. The Tigers are bowl eligible at 6-6. The feeling within the program is that Orgeron will not coach the bowl game, but that has not been announced,” a fan said.
It’s hard to imagine Ed Orgeron not coaching the LSU Tigers next season.
LSU plans to hire a new head coach this coming off-season and Jimbo Fisher is reportedly its No. 1 candidate.
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