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Austin Thomas (born 25 March 1939) is an Aruban fencer. He competed in the individual foil and épée events at the 1988 Summer Olympics. References[edit]. Jump up ^ "Austin Thomas Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2011-07-16. Stub icon, This biographical article related to sport in Aruba is a stub .


Austin Thomas joined the Tiger football staff in April of 2013 and is entering his fifth season on staff. Thomas was promoted to General Manager following Ed Orgeron being named the Tigers' permanent head coach in November of 2016. The first General Manager in the history of the Southeastern Conference and one of ...


Dec 23, 2017 ... With Austin Thomas' deal to work at Tennessee falling apart, is there any chance the general manager returns to LSU? We explain.


Apr 5, 2017 ... The General Manager tag that accompanies Thomas' position is a valiant effort at corralling his responsibilities into one title but it still fails. At varying points during my day with Austin at LSU any of the following would have been apt descriptors: Director of Player Personnel, Position Coach, Recruiting ...


Dec 17, 2017 ... Apparently Austin Thomas isn't joining Jeremy Pruitt's staff after all. Bruce Feldman, citing a source, reported Sunday that the deal fell through.


Dec 17, 2017 ... Austin Thomas won't be going home after all. The former LSU general manager who had been integral in the Tigers' recruiting process, had resigned earlier this week to return to Tennessee, but a source told SI on Sunday morning that he won 't be taking a job with the Vols. Title and responsibility ...


Dec 14, 2017 ... Austin Thomas will join Jeremy Pruitt's staff at Tennessee after five seasons working at LSU in a role specialized to recruiting.


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Dec 13, 2017 ... Austin Thomas, the first-ever "general manager" in college football, is returning to the University of Tennessee effective immediately.