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Harris Bivin Season 2024

Harris Bivin
Assistant Director of Operations
(225) 578-1151
Owensboro, Ky.
Alma Mater
Murray State (2014)

Harris Bivin joined the LSU football staff in March of 2023 and serves as assistant director of operations. Bivins comes to LSU from Missouri State where he served as general manager and director of football operations.

Prior to Missouri State, Bivin served as the offensive line coach and director of football operations at Morehead State where he led an offensive line to rank No. 1 in the PFL conference in fewest sacks frequency in 2021 and 2022. Opponents only sacked the Eagle QB once every 37 pass attempts, or just 2% rate for sacks per attempt. Morehead State also ranked among the national leaders in passing and passing efficiency. His offensive line paved the way to a 3.4 yards per carry average in 2021 and 4.2 yards per carry in 2022.

Prior to Morehead State, Bivin served as offensive coordinator in the Jayhawk conference at Fort Scott (Kan.) Junior College. Prior to that, he was offensive line coach and run game coordinator at Dodge City (Kan.) Community College for the 2019 season. He was the tackles and tight ends coach as well as offensive analyst at Samford University in 2018. He spent the 2017 season as an offensive line graduate assistant and interim offensive line coach at Western Kentucky. He also served as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Murray State.

Bivin has coached three All-Americans, 11 all-conference performers and three players who went on to play in the NFL. Bivin played a key role in helping Western Kentucky to an appearance in the 2017 Cure Bowl.

A native of Owensboro, Kentucky, he graduated with his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Murray State in 2014 and later earned his Master’s Degree in intercollegiate athletics administration from Western Kentucky.

As a player, he earned All-America and first team All-Ohio Valley Conference honors as a two-time team captain at Murray State. He was listed as the No. 4 center in the FCS by Phil Steele Magazine in 2013-14.

He was an All-American and First-Team All-OVC Center at Murray State from 2010-2014. He was rated as the #4 center in FCS by Phil Steele in 2013-14 season.

His brother Hunter is the Associate Athletic Director for Alumni Relations at Notre Dame.