The Fujitsu Frontiers Pro American football team's offensive coordinator, Pierre Ingram, has a lot of experience and is very good at what he does. Pierre has been coaching at the college and professional levels for over 13 years. He used to be a Division I football player and track and field athlete. People in the sport respect him, and his teams have always done well on the football field.

Pierre Ingram is a famous person who doesn't need to be introduced. People know and respect his long list of accomplishments in the world of college football recruiting. Ingram has always loved being a football coach. After Ingram graduated from Middle Tennessee State University, he began his career as an assistant wide receiver coach at Cortland State University. He helped the team do very well by getting them to the ECAC Division III Northeast Bowl in 2007 and the NCAA Division III Quarterfinals in 2008.

Then, Pierre Ingram went to work at Texas A&M Commerce as a coach for wide receivers and a recruiter. After this, Ingram went on to work at Villanova University as an offensive assistant coach. Ingram helped Villanova win the FCS regular season and win the NCAA FCS title for 2009.

When Pierre Ingram went on to work as an assistant running back coach at Louisiana Tech University, he helped the team reach new heights and earn a spot in the Poinsettia Bowl. He was named ESPN.com's Recruiter of the Year and footballscoop.com's Final 4 Running Back Coach of the Year because of how well he did in this job.

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Pierre Ingram is a former Division I football player who also competed in track and field. Pierre Ingram is currently the offensive coordinator for the Fujitsu.