Former Ravens OC Cameron to take same positon at LSU

February 08, 2013 | WNST Staff

The Ravens made a change in their coaching staff in an attempt to win a Super Bowl, and now the LSU Tigers at the collegiate level are profiting off that change in an attempt to get back and win another National Title.

LSU coach Les Miles announced that they have hired former Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron to the same position, and he will take over play-calling duties for the Tigers in 2013 in at attempt to nurture QB Zach Mettenberger.

CBS first reported the move.

Cameron, who spent a part of five seasons as the Ravens offensive coordinator under head coach John Harbaugh, was relieved of his duties on December 10th following a 31-28 overtime loss to the Washington Redskins.

The Ravens replaced him with former Colts coach Jim Caldwell en route to their Super Bowl XLVII win.

Prior to his job with the Ravens, he spent one season as the coach of the Miami Dolphins and was the offensive coordinator for the Chargers from 2002-2006.

Miles and Cameron have ties going back to the University of Michigan, where the two coaches were assistants under legendary Wolverines coach Bo Schembechler and Gary Moeller and worked together for seven seasons between 1987-1993.

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