Former player and coach Ed Orgeron’s romantic relationship surfaced on the internet and the fans enjoyed discussing the relationship. As of the time of this writing, no further information on the coach’s rumored new girlfriend has been revealed.
However, this dragged all of the attention towards the coach and his family. So, to cater to the needs, we’ve prepared this wiki-article to help readers get familiar with the life details of the coach.
Ed Orgeron Girlfriend, Dating, Blonde
Ed Orgeron or Bebe’s many romantic affairs have been a topic of discussion for a very long time. However, he never gave out any names, in particular, that could satisfy his fans and well-wishers.
However, in October of 2020, Ed Orgeron captured himself with his alleged girlfriend for a photo during their intimate time together. Though the information of the said woman wasn’t revealed, as the pair’s picture suggested, she is in her ’20s.
In the picture, the coach was pictured naked which suggested he not only knew her but also was dating a mystery woman.
However, the newly confirmed pair’s love life became a topic of discussion and a subject of making fun of. Twitter went wild while making fun of Coach Ed Orgeron while they waited for the revelations of details.
Ed Orgeron Divorce, Wife, Children
Before he had several flings internet loved discussing, Ed Orgeron was previously married to his first wife, Colleen Orgeron from 1992 to 1994. After the end of the relationship, he went on marrying Kelly Owens.
Ed and Kelly stayed happily married for 23 years. However, the couple’s matrimonial linkage was broken after they filed for divorce. The pair separated from each other on 24 February.
Ed and Kelly together had twins for children. They had their son Cody and Parker whose details are shrouded in mystery. Before marrying Ed, Kelly was in another relationship from which she had a son named Tyler.
Ed Orgeron Net Worth, Salary, Contract
Ed Orgeron attended South Lafourche High School in Louisiana. Following graduation, he signed a contract to play football with Louisiana State University. But, before he could graduate, Ed went on to transfer to Northwestern State University in Louisiana.
As a coach, he started his career in 1984 at NSU as a graduate assistant. Following that, Ed coached at McNeese State in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Ed went on coaching at the University of Arkansas, University of Miami, until 1991 when he got mixed up in personal problems. After two years in 1994, he returned to Nicholls State University as a volunteer linebacker.
Following that, Ed moved from the south to the northeastern to Syracuse University. He coached the defensive line for almost three years.
In 1998, Ed Orgeron joined the University of Southern California to coach the defensive line. During that time, he also earned the title of National Recruiter of the Year in 2004.
In 2004, he replaced coach David Cutcliffe after coming to Ole Miss. But, after Ole Miss blew a 14-point fourth-quarter against Mississippi State in the season finale, he was fired.
But starting from 2008, Ed joined National Football League’s New Orleans Saints. He went on to return to the University of Tennessee as an assistant coach. During that time, he earned an annual salary of $650,000.
Starting from 2015, Ed Orgeron joined Louisiana State University. He was named the winner of the AP College Football Coach of the Year Award. Moreover, he was also celebrated as Home Depot Coach of the Year Award.
As of 2020, Ed Orgeron sits on an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Biography — Ethnicity, Age, Family
Edward James Orgeron Jr. was born to his father Edward Orgeron Sr. and his anonymous mother on 27 July 1961. He turned 61 years old while celebrating his birthday in 2020.
While almost no details on his parents surfaced on a public record, he grew up with his brother Steve Orgeron in Larose in Louisiana. The Orgeron siblings inherited Cajun heritage while hailing as a White-American ethnicity.
Other than that, any information which existed regarding Edwar James Orgeron and his family is yet to see the light of the day.
Last modified: October 22, 2020