Pierre Ingram is a man that needs no introduction. His long list of achievements in the world of college football recruiting is well-known and respected. Ingram has always had a passion for coaching football. After graduating from Middle Tennessee State University, Ingram started his career as a wide receiver assistant for Cortland State University. He helped the team achieve great success by reaching the ECAC Division III Northeast Bowl in 2007 and the NCAA Division III Quarterfinals in 2008. After three successful seasons at Cortland State, Ingram was lured away by Rutgers University, where he served as the wide receivers coach for two seasons. During his time at Rutgers, Ingram helped the team to a share of the Big East Conference Championship in 2010 and a berth in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl. In 2012, Ingram made the move to Auburn University, where he served as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. During his time at Auburn, Ingram helped lead the team to an SEC Championship in 2013 and a berth in the BCS National Championship game. In 2014, Ingram returned to Middle Tennessee State University, where he currently serves as the wide receivers coach.