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Todd Fitch Season 2024

Todd Fitch
Sr. Offensive Analyst
(225) 578-1151
Bellaire, Ohio
Alma Mater
Ohio Wesleyan (1986)

Todd Fitch, a 37-year coaching veteran, joined the LSU football program in March of 2024 and serves as a senior offensive analyst for the Tigers.

Fitch’s coaching career dates back to 1988 when he got his start as a graduate assistant at Ohio Wesleyan, his alma mater. Since then, Fitch has worked under some of college football’s legendary coach in Don Nehlen, Earle Bruce and Lou Holtz.

Prior to joining the Tigers, Fitch served as an offensive analyst at Ohio State for three years. During his time with the Buckeyes, Ohio State won 33 games and appeared in three New Year’s Six Bowls. They also finished each year ranked in the Top 10 – No. 10 in 2023, No. 4 in 2022 and No. 6 in 2021.

Fitch worked primarily with the Ohio State quarterbacks during his three seasons with the Buckeyes.

In 2022, Fitch was credited with contributing to the success of quarterback C.J. Stroud, who was named 2023 NFL Rookie of the Year and 2023 Offensive Rookie of the Year following his first season with the Houston Texans. Stroud was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft after earning second-team All-America honors in 2022.

Fitch grew up in Bellaire, Ohio and attended Ohio Wesleyan, where he played defensive back for the Battling Bishops from 1982-85. He earned All-North Coast Athletic Conference honors as a defensive back in 1985.

Fitch’s coaching career includes stops at 12 schools and he served as offensive coordinator at Connecticut, East Carolina, South Florida, Boston College, Louisiana Tech and Vanderbilt.

Prior to joining Ryan Day’s staff at Ohio State, he spent the 2020 season as Vanderbilt as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Fitch served as interim head coach for Vanderbilt’s season-finale against Tennessee in 2020.

Fitch coached with Joe Sloan at Louisiana Tech from 2016-19, serving as offensive coordinator as well as coaching wide receivers (2016-17) and quarterbacks (2018-19). The Bulldogs appeared in bowl games in each of Fitch’s four seasons in Ruston.

Fitch and wife Julie are the parents a son, Curtis, and daughter, and Peyton.