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Link Gumbo - 10/3/14

News and notes from the past week for you this morning

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Ed Orgeron, college football free agent, wants back in - DACOACHO READY TO COACH DA FOOBAW AGAIN. And I hear there could be an opening up north in the state of....Michigan? That right?

University considering closing LSU Golf Course - The Daily Reveille - As part of it's "campus master plan", the University is looking into closing the LSU Golf Course. I feel like I've been hearing about this happening with golf courses at schools happening around the country a lot.

LSU's Brandon Harris nearly landed at Auburn, where coaches called him 'Mini Cam' | - Well if he can be anywhere close to Cam tomorrow night that'd be pretty freaking great. Cool story here though.

Unwanted down time behind him, LSU's Brian Bridgewater is poised to take the court with something to prove | - After being forced to sit out, and becoming sort of a "forgotten man", Sophomore Brian Bridgewater wants to break out for the LSU basketball team this year

AUBURN FOOTBALL: Tigers coaches 'trying to be smart' with injured players, all still 'day-to-day' - AU Football - Update on some injuries to Auburn players, including some notable ones. Cassanova McKinzy is "day to day", while Montravius Adams and Duke Williams both picked up knocks vs Louisiana Tech but did return.

If LSU has any hope to revive its season, it'll have to overcome the haunting memories of some of the program's most disastrous defeats - Football - Weird stuff happens at Jordan-Hare. In the mid-2000s, bad stuff happened for LSU at Jordan-Hare too. Hopefully this young group can erase that trend and get a huge victory.

Projecting the SEC's 2014 conference race using advanced stats - - Advanced stats are always an interesting way to look at things, and here's a look at the 2014 SEC race that uses them.

Source: LSU defensive back Dwayne Thomas expected to miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL - Football - Some unfortunate news here. Dwayne Thomas was looking like a real game-changer for LSU. But I'm excited to see Jamal Adams get the chance to replace him.

LSU freshmen Jamal Adams gets his chance to shine in nickel package | Sports | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, Louisiana - As I said above, I'm excited to see Jamal Adams in this spot. He's got a chance, and I think he can take it.