Who Is Ed Orgeron Girlfriend, Bailey Lauderdale? Are They Married?

The model and businesswoman Bailie is Ed Orgeron’s girlfriend. She currently resides in Hammond, Louisiana. There is, nevertheless, a shortage of data regarding her line of work. After disclosing her relationship with the well-known LSU coach Ed Orgeron, Bailie shot to fame. The pair has an age difference, but they seem content with each other. …

Here’s the hilarious story of Ed Orgeron crashing Sean McVay’s wedding

Sean McVay got married over the summer, and his guest list was a who’s who of football faces. Kyle Shanahan and Matt LaFleur were there, as were Al Michaels and Jay Glazer. Aaron Donald, Cooper Kupp, Matthew Stafford and Andrew Whitworth attended, too. It turns out, former LSU coach Ed Orgeron was also there. Only, …

Why Was Ed Orgeron Fired? The Real Reason Behind This

More than three years ago, we, as college football fans, watched one of the most magical seasons in college football history. The 2019 Louisiana State University Tigers had it all in a high-flying offense, a stud quarterback, a young innovative offensive coordinator, and a high energy fast, talking players coach, Coach Ed Orgeron. That 2019 …

Nebraska football: Mickey Joseph received advice on interim head coach role from Ed Orgeron

Nebraska's coaching search wears on as the Cornhuskers look to replace Scott Frost, but the actual football continues as well with Mickey Joseph serving in an interim role. Interestingly, Joseph worked for coach Ed Orgeron — known in part as a high-profile interim coach at both LSU and USC — and now finds himself in …

Ed Orgeron visits Notre Dame football ahead of Stanford game

Ed Orgeron made the rounds this season while away from coaching. The former LSU national champion coach visited places such as Miami this year, soaking in Hurricanes’ practice run by head coach Mario Cristobal. But Saturday, Orgeron was in a new place, this time Notre Dame.  — Read on 247sports.com/Article/Ed-Orgeron-visits-Notre-Dame-football-ahead-of-Stanford-game-195583867/Amp/

“Kings Stay Kings” | Former LSU Tigers Head Coach Ed Orgeron Continues To Enjoy His $17M Buyout And The Single Life … Maybe A Bit Too Much

Usually when someone gets fired from a job that isn’t a good thing. But everyone isn’t Ed Orgeron, the former head coach of the LSU Tigers, who was fired from his position following last season. — Read on theshadowleague.com/kings-stay-kings-former-lsu-tigers-head-coach-ed-orgeron-continues-to-enjoy-his-17m-buyout-and-the-single-life-maybe-a-bit-too-much/

Orgeron and Miles among 8 former SEC football coaches we want back in action

Orgeron is the rare coach who has: A) won a national championship, and B) offered to fight an opposing fan before a game because he didn't like the fan's powder blue shirt. I enjoyed listening to Orgeron's gravelly Cajun accent, even if I couldn't always understand what he was saying. — Read on Orgeron and Miles …

College football’s absurdity brought former USC, LSU HC Ed Orgeron to Notre Dame

Orgeron visiting various programs this year is not abnormal. Many coaches do that in the year following a firing. They can collect their buyout money while they network and stay in touch with the game, so when they do decide to take over another program, they still have fresh connections in the coaching community. — …

Ed Orgeron apparently has his sights set on a post-LSU career, but what does his next 5 years look like?

Serving as LSU’s lame duck/interim head coach in his final game, Max Johnson hit Jaray Jenkins for a game-winning touchdown with 28 seconds left to beat Texas A&M and earn a bowl bid. LSU had already agreed to pay Orgeron an $18 million buyout to walk away 2 years after completing arguably the best season …

Former LSU head coach Ed Orgeron explains why he is spending the week at Notre Dame

Freeman, a first-year head coach, had Orgeron speak with the team after practice too. It is clear Freeman values his insight and experience, and any head coach with a national championship on their resume has some good things to say. — Read on Former LSU head coach Ed Orgeron explains why he is spending the …