Ed Orgeron, who led the Tigers to a 5-2 mark as interim coach over the final two months of the 2016 season was named LSU's permanent head football coach on Nov. 26, 2016, two days after the Tigers defeated Texas A&M, 54-39, to finish the regular season with a 7-4 mark.
Steve Ensminger, a starting quarterback for LSU in the late 1970s, returns to tight ends coach in 2017 after serving in a dual capacity as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the final eight games of the 2016 season for the Tigers.
Sr. Offensive Assistant/Passing Game Coordinator
Jerry Sullivan, a 25-year NFL coaching veteran who is considered to be one of the top wide receiver coaches at any level of football, is joining the LSU coaching staff and will serve as a senior offensive assistant and passing game coordinator, head coach Ed Orgeron announced on Jan. 11, 2018.
Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator
Dave Aranda, the mastermind of LSU's defense that allowed the fewest touchdowns (16) and fewest touchdowns per game (1.3) in college football in 2016, returns for his second year as the Tiger defensive coordinator and inside linebackers coach in 2017.
Bill Busch, former co-defensive coordinator at Rutgers, has been hired as the Tigers' safeties coach, LSU Football head coach Ed Orgeron announced on Feb. 8, 2018.
Offensive Line Coach
James Cregg, who has spent the past four seasons coaching the offensive line in the NFL, has joined the LSU staff as the offensive line coach, head coach Ed Orgeron announced on Dec. 19, 2017.
Defensive Line Coach
Dennis Johnson enters his second season as a full-time position coach with the Tigers after being elevated to outside linebackers coach in September of 2016. Johnson coached outside linebackers for the final eight games of the 2016 season and was then given the job on a permanent basis when Ed Orgeron was named LSU's head coach in late November.
Wide Receivers Coach
Mickey Joseph, a Louisiana high school football legend with strong ties to New Orleans, enters his first season as LSU's wide receivers coach in 2017. Joseph was appointed to the LSU staff in February of 2017.
Special Teams Coordinator
LSU added another NFL coaching veteran to its football staff as Greg McMahon has been named special teams coordinator for the Tigers, head coach Ed Orgeron announced on Jan. 12, 2018.
Defensive Backs Coach
Corey Raymond, a former LSU standout who spent six years playing in the NFL, enters his sixth season coaching the defensive backs for his alma mater. During his five years on the LSU staff, the Tigers secondary has consistently been one of the strengths of the team and has only enhanced the school's claim of being "DBU."
Asst. Head Coach/Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator
Tommie Robinson, a highly-respected coach who has spent time at highest level of college football and in the NFL, enters his first year at LSU as the Tigers' running backs coach and recruiting coordinator. Robinson will also serve as assistant head coach.
Assistant AD/Strength and Conditioning
Assistant Athletics Director - Football
Special Asst. to Head Coach
Director of Player Development
Kevin Faulk, the leading rusher in LSU history and three-time Super Bowl Champion, is returning to his alma mater as Director of Player Development for the Tiger football team, head coach Ed Orgeron announced on Jan. 24, 2018.
Assistant AD/Football Recruiting and Alumni Relations