Ed Orgeron hasn’t been shy about taking shots at his former employers now that he’s in his dream job.
A week after throwing shade at USC, the LSU interim coach decided to take a dig at Ole Miss on his weekly radio show Wednesday night. A caller asked him about similarities between LSU’s revamped offense and the scheme the Rebels run.
Orgeron didn’t take kindly to the comparison.
Caller asks Orgeron about using quick passing game like Ole Miss uses: "First of all, we're not going to anything like Ole Miss does." #LSU
— James Bewers (@JamesBewers) November 10, 2016
Orgeron served as head coach at Ole Miss from 2005-2007. He was fired after posting a 10-25 record over three seasons.
The interim coach also took a jab at USC last week. The Trojans didn’t retain him after 2013 despite a 6-2 record as their interim coach. He made a joke that he didn’t fit in with the culture there.
“Maybe I’m not the country club guy they wanted,” he said on ESPN Radio.
Orgeron faces another former employer this week when LSU plays Arkansas. However, it’s been almost 30 years since he was on staff in Fayetteville and his wife is from Arkansas. So there probably won’t be any great shots at the Razorbacks this week.