New Orleans Saints Hire Former Ole Miss Coach Ed Orgeron as D-Line Coach
As most of you all know, the Ole Miss Rebels fired their football head coach, Ed Orgeron, shortly after the season ended.
Two of the main reasons for his firing have to be that he went 0-8 in the Southeastern Conference, and the fact that Ole Miss football has been completely flat for the past two seasons.
Former Arkansas head coach Houston Nutt was named the new head coach within days of Orgeron's firing.
But Saints Executive Vice President and General Manager Mickey Loomis announced on January 23 that Orgeron would take over as New Orleans Saints' defensive line coach.
Orgeron is no "newbie" to the football atmosphere; he has been around NCAA Football for the past 23 years. Prior to his three seasons as head coach at Ole Miss, Orgeron was the defensive line and assistant head coach at USC under Pete Carroll from 1998 to 2004, and played a key role in USC winning the National Championship.
Prior to USC, Orgeron had experience at many other schools, including Syracuse from 1995 until 1997, Miami (Fla.) from 1988 to 1992, Arkansas in 1986 and 1987, and also Nicholls State in 1994—always as a defensive line coach.
At Miami, he tutored eight future All-Americans, including Warren Sapp.
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