LSU has nabbed Georgia wide receivers coach Tony Ball, the school confirmed in a statement.

Ball had spent nine years at Georgia as running backs coach then wide receivers coach, and will take on one of the best wide receiving corps in the nation.

Ball comes in after LSU lost Adam Henry – the former player in that position – to the San Francisco 49ers. Henry coached Odell Beckham Jr and Jarvis Landry, who have both made excellent NFL rookies.

Unfortunately for LSU, one of the best wide receiving corps in the country came last season with two awful quarterbacks in Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris.

He’ll get a pay raise at LSU – he’s making $267,000 in Baton Rouge.

 

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