Head coach Les Miles announced earlier today (Jan. 8) that the football program's offensive line coach, Greg Studrawa has left the program according to several news reports which have been confirmed with LSU Sports.
Miles stated that Studrawa would be pursuing other career opportunities and gave no further details. He had this to say about Studrawa before the end of his announcement, “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.”
Studrawa has been on the LSU football staff for seven years. During his first year at LSU (2007) the Tigers won the BCS National Championship. In addition to coaching the offensive line for the Tigers, he assumed the duties of the offensive coordinator in 2011 and 2012 after Steve Kragthorpe was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
Studrawa was not present for a staff meeting on recruits this morning, making his departure from the coaching staff an immediate one.
Miles stated that a search for a replacement would begin immediately.