Coach Parker Orgeron, son of famed soccer coach Ed Orgeron, joined the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajun soccer team last February.
Orgeron worked as an offensive analyst focusing on tight ends.
He left UL after one season to join the Baylor Bears defensive staff.
Baylor head coach Dave Aranda was previously the defensive coordinator at LSU and worked under Parker’s father Ed for four years when he was head coach of the Tigers.
Parker comes from a football family and has been a coach all his life.
He played wide receiver at McNeese State, intercepting passes from his twin brother Cody. After three seasons with the Cowboys from 2016 to 2018, a concussion ended his college career.
After college, he became a student coach at McNeese State, then joined coach Ed Orgeron’s team at LSU, first as a player development intern and working his way up to offensive analyst.
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https://kpel965.com/ixp/37/p/coach-parker-orgeron-son-of-ed-leaves-louisiana-staff-to-join-big-12-program/ Coach Parker Orgeron is leaving the Louisiana staff to join the Big 12 team