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LSU special teams coach Bradley Dale Peveto yells to players during a drill, Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at LSU's practice facility in Baton Rouge, La.

Advocate staff photo by HILARY SCHEINUK

As LSU's staff is coming into greater focus under Ed Orgeron, one recent departure has found a home with an SEC rival.

Bradley Dale Peveto, who coached special teams and outside linebackers this season for LSU, is headed to Ole Miss, according to a report from Scout.com. Peveto was fired by LSU on Nov. 27.

"We appreciate Bradley Dale and the work he put into the program," Orgeron said in a release announcing the move. "However, at this time we have decided to move in a different direction with our special teams."

Peveto joined LSU for the first time in 2005 under Les Miles and was an assistant for the Tigers' national championship team in 2007. The next season he became LSU's co-defensive coordinator, but left to become the head coach at Northwestern State the following season. 

Peveto returned to LSU as an assistant in 2014. 

For the full Scout.com report, click here.