One day after National Signing Day, LSU announced two staff changes.
The Tigers have fired wide receivers coach Dameyune Craig and re-assigned running backs coach Jabbar Juluke to another position within the LSU athletic department.
"We appreciate the work that Dameyune and Jabbar did for LSU," Orgeron said in a statement. "We wish them nothing but success in the future."
Both coaches were the final pieces added to the coaching staff last February and their official hirings came one day apart.
Juluke was hired on Feb. 13 as the running backs coach and Craig was hired the following day as the wide receivers coach.
Craig came to LSU after spending 2013-15 with Auburn 2010-12 with Florida State as he cut his teeth in major college football.
Craig, a former Auburn quarterback, spent some time playing professionally before entering the college coaching ranks in 2004 as a graduate assistant with LSU. He spent one season with the Miami Dolphins staff in 2005 before spending two years at Tuskegee (2006-07) and South Alabama (2008-09).
There were rumors floating around in December that Craig was talking to Oregon about becoming the Ducks' offensive coordinator but nothing ever materialized.