Ed Orgeron helped LSU complete a perfect season on Monday by winning the college football national championship over Clemson.
After the game, Orgeron told ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt that he and his family were going to get a ham sandwich and go to bed, saying they don’t like to go out.
Orgeron also said it wouldn’t be long until he hit the recruiting circuit again, saying he would make calls Monday night and hit the road on Friday.
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After winning the college football national championship, 42-25 over Clemson, Louisiana State head coach Ed Orgeron didn’t have big plans for his celebration.
Speaking to ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt, Orgeron, one of college football’s most colorful characters, laid out what his night and coming days would look like.
“I got Kelly and my three boys with me. We’ll probably go get a ham sandwich or maybe some boudin or something, go to bed, wake up tomorrow and do it again,” Orgeron said.
When Van Pelt pressed Orgeron on whether he was going to party in New Orleans, Orgeron shut it down, saying he and his family don’t like to go out.
“We’re just simple folks,” he said. “We love our life. …read more
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