Colleen Orgeron is an American famed personality who is best known as the ex-wife of Ed Orgeron. He is an American football coach and former player. He is the head football coach at Louisiana State University (LSU), a position he has held since midway through the 2016 season.
Orgeron previously served as the head football coach at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) from 2005 to 2007 and was the interim head coach at the University of Southern California (USC) in 2013. He led the 2019 LSU Tigers football team to a national championship, beating the defending champions Clemson in the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship. Tune in bio and explore more about Colleen Orgeron’s Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Husband, Children, Body Measurements, Net Worth, Family, Career and many more Facts about her.
Colleen Orgeron Height & Weight
How tall is Colleen Orgeron? She stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in tall or else 1.65 m or 165 cm. She weighs around 55 Kg or 121 lbs. She has beautiful dark brown eyes and has blonde hair. What is the body measurements of Colleen Orgeron? Her body measurements are 34-28-40 inches. She wears a bra cup size of 34 BB.
Colleen Orgeron Husband
Colleen Orgeron was married with Ed Orgeron. Moreover, Orgeron was previously married to Colleen Orgeron.
He met his second wife, Kelly, at the 1996 Liberty Bowl, and the couple have three boys. Upon returning to USC in 2010, Orgeron lived in a hotel across the street from the campus while his wife and children made their home in Louisiana.
On February 26, 2020, Orgeron and his wife filed for divorce.
Colleen Orgeron Wiki/Biography
|Real Name||Colleen Orgeron|
|Age||42 years old (As of 2021)|
|Height||5 feet 4 inches|
|Bra Cup Size||34 BB|
|Husband||Ed Orgeron (Div.)|
|Net Worth||$3 million, as of 2021|
Colleen Orgeron Net Worth
Colleen Orgeron belongs from a rich family background. Her net worth is estimated to be $3 million, as of 2021.
Colleen Orgeron Facts
Colleen Orgeron’s ex husband, began coaching in 1984 as a graduate assistant at Northwestern State and the following year coached at McNeese State in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
He then served two years as an assistant strength coach under Ken Hatfield at the University of Arkansas.
In 1988, he began his tenure with the University of Miami, under then-head coach Jimmy Johnson and his successor, Dennis Erickson.
He was their defensive line coach for four of those years, in which he coached eight All-Americans (including NFL first-round draft choices Cortez Kennedy, Russell Maryland and Warren Sapp).
While he was with the Hurricanes, the program won two national championships (in 1989 and 1991), and he recruited a young Dwayne Johnson (later known as “The Rock” in his professional wrestling and film careers) as a defensive lineman.