Erin Weaver
Saturday February 9th, 2013

Former Ravens OC Cam Cameron has landed a new job with LSU. (Rob Carr/Getty Images) Former Ravens OC Cam Cameron has landed a new job with LSU. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Cam Cameron has landed a  new job as the offensive coordinator for LSU. He will be replacing Greg Studrawa, who has been leading a struggling LSU offense for the past two years.

Cameron got the ax from the Baltimore Ravens earlier this season, a decision that worked out well for the Super Bowl Champions. Although Cameron has been in the NFL for over 10 years now, he has a long history with LSU head coach Les Miles, dating back to when the two were assistants at Michigan from 1987 to 1993.

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