Gary Crowton
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Football Offensive Coordinator Crowton Resigns
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Published: January 13, 2011, 11:10 AM (CT)
by Michael Bonnette (@LSUBonnette), Sr. Assoc. Athletic Director/SID

BATON ROUGE - LSU offensive coordinator Gary Crowton has resigned and will take a similar position at another school, head coach Les Miles confirmed on Thursday morning.

Crowton served as LSU's offensive coordinator and quarterback coach for four years, a span that saw the Tigers win a national championship and post a 40-13 overall mark.

"I appreciate all that Gary did for LSU during his four years with us," Miles said. "Gary helped us win a lot of games over the last four years, including a national championship. He's an outstanding coach and a man of great character.

"We wish him and his family well in any of their future endeavors."

Miles said that a search for Crowton's replacement will begin immediately.

 

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