Curley Hallman served as an assistant coach at Alabama, Clemson and Texas A&M from 1973-1987 before taking his first head coaching job at Southern Miss in 1998. He assumed the head coaching job at LSU in 1991, and coached the Tigers to four straight losing seasons. His teams won at least four games every season except 1992, when the team bottomed out at 2-9 overall and 1-7 in the SEC. Hallman was asked to resignfollowing the 1994 season, but he refused and was instead fired by then-athletic director Joe Dean. He was 16-28 at LSU and just 10-21 against the SEC in that time.
|Head Coach||Muscle Shoals High School (Ala.)||2004-2007|
|Head Coach||LSU Tigers||21991-2004|
|Head Coach||Southern Miss Golden Eagles||1988-1990|
|Defensive Backs Coach||Texas A&M Aggies||1982-1987|
|Defensive Backs Coach||Clemson Tigers||1981|
|Linebackers Coach||Clemson Tigers||1979-1980|
|Assistant Coach||Alabama Crimson Tide||1973-1976|