Found December 11, 2012 on No Guts, No Glory:
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The last time we saw Jared Lorenzen, we observed that he still seemed to be eating pretty good. Well, that was over a year ago and since then he’s been off our radar. He reappeared on our radar today after new Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops hired former Kentucky receiver Neal Brown as offensive coordinator and former offensive lineman John Schlarman as offensive line coach. Lorenzen took to his Twitter account to congratulate Brown and Schlarman on their new gigs. But he just couldn’t end the tweet there. He also had to let Stoops know that he’s “here too”. Just in case Stoops needs an offensive line sized quarterback coach. So happy to hear about Neal and John returning to the Bluegrass. What an amazing staff they are putting together. @ukcoachstoops I here too — jared lorenzen (@JaredLorenzen22) December 10, 2012 Can’t be mad at the man for trying to get a job. The post Jared Lorenzen takes to Twitter to inform new Kentucky coach Mark Stoops that he’s available for a job first a...
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