About Me

Pierre Ingram is a former Division I football player who also competed in track and field.

Pierre is currently the offensive coordinator for the Fujitsu Frontiers Pro American Football Team.

Throughout his coaching career, Pierre Ingram has received various achievements, including ESPN.com Recruiter of the Year, Final 4 Running Back Coach of the Year, and Rivals.com's 2014 Top 10 Pac-12 Recruiters.

Prior to his arrival in Berkeley, Ingram served as the running backs coach for Dykes at Louisiana Tech when he was the Bulldogs’ head coach from 2010-12, including a final campaign in Ruston in which Louisiana Tech posted a 9-3 record and led the nation in scoring offense and total offense by averaging 51.50 points and 577.92 yards of total offense per game.

In addition to leading the country in scoring offense and total offense with an offense that posted the fifth-highest per-game scoring average ever by a team in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), Louisiana Tech was among the NCAA’s top 20 in 2012 in passing offense (3rd, 350.75 ypg), fewest sacks allowed (7th, 0.83 SPG), turnover margin (10th, +1.08 per game) and rushing offense (18th, 227.17 ypg). The Bulldogs scored more than 40 points in 11 of 12 games and over 50 points on eight occasions.

Ingram is a 2006 graduate of Middle Tennessee with a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts, where he was a four-year letter winner in football as a wide receiver and garnered the team’s Most Dependable Receiver Award in his final season as a senior in 2006 when the Blue Raiders played in the Motor City Bowl. He is currently pursuing a master’s of science degree in sport management from Cortland State.

Ingram has coached 15 NFL players, two All-Americans, and eight All-Conference players, to name a few successes.

Pierre Ingram is a father of three who and enjoys spending quality time with his family having fun outdoors, cooking out on the grill out, and being a grill pitmaster for his friends and family to enjoy.


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