The LSU football program is making a change on the coaching staff. Officials today announced today that one of the assistants that has been on the LSU staff for seven years is gone.
"Offensive line coach Greg Studrawa has left the LSU football program and will pursue other opportunities, head coach Les Miles announced on Wednesday," according to a news release. "Miles said a search for Studrawa's replacement will begin immediately."
Studrawa was the offensive coordinator for two seasons, before Cam Cameron took his place and he was demoted last year.
"Stud (Studrawa) was a big part of our success here," Miles said in the release. "We won a lot of games, including a national championship and four straight 10-win seasons, with him. We appreciate all that Greg did for this program and wish nothing but success for him and his family in the future."
The release also says, "Studrawa spent seven years on Miles' staff at LSU, coaching the offensive line for seven seasons, while also assuming the role as offensive coordinator in 2011 and 2012."