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Terry Malone Season 2024

Terry Malone
Sr. Offensive Analyst
(225) 578-1151
Buffalo, N.Y.
Alma Mater
Holy Cross (1982)

Terry Malone, a veteran college coach with more than 30 years of coaching experience, joined the LSU staff in 2022 and serves as a senior offensive analyst for the Tigers.

Malone’s coaching career includes winning a Super Bowl with the New Orleans Saints and captured the 1997 national championship with Michigan. He was part of five Big Ten Championships with the Wolverines.

Malone joined the Tiger staff after three years at Bowling Green where he served as offensive coordinator along with coaching the running backs and offensive line.

It was his second stint at Bowling Green as he also coached there from 1986-95, serving in a variety of roles, including offensive line coach, tight ends coach, offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator. He helped BGSU to back-to-back MAC Championships and bowl game victories in 1991 and 1992. The Falcons went 61-45-5 during that 10-year stretch.

Prior to returning to Bowling Green in 2019, Malone coached at Western Michigan as the team’s running backs coach in 2018 and as the Broncos’ Director of Player Development in 2017. Prior to Western Michigan, he was the offensive coordinator and tight ends coach at Purdue.

Malone spent nine seasons on Sean Payton’s New Orleans Saints staff, helping the Saints capture the Super Bowl in 2009. He mentored Jimmy Graham, helping elevate him into an All-Pro tight end. In 2001, Graham became the first Saints tight end to have more than 1,000 yards receiving and in 2013, he led the league in touchdown catches and the Saints in receiving yards (1,215).

Prior to his stint with the Saints, Malone was the offensive line coach (1997-05) and offensive coordinator (2001-05) at Michigan. He was a member of Michigan’s 1997 National Championship team and a part of five Big Ten championships. His teams played in eight New Year’s Day bowl games, while he helped produce 14 All-Big Ten selections and four All-Americans. Michigan had back-to-back Big Ten Player of the Year winners on offense (Chris Perry in 2003 and Braylon Edwards in 2004), while two of his linemen were recognized as Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year (Jon Jansen in 1997 and Steve Hutchinson in 2000).

Malone began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Arizona in 1983 before moving on to his alma mater, Holy Cross, in 1985 to coach tight ends. He also spent the 1996 season as the offensive line coach at Boston College.

A four-year tight end at Holy Cross, Malone earned his bachelor’s degree in history and was a captain his senior season.