In 2009, Henson was hired as Mizzou head coach Gary Pinkel’s first new addition to his staff since 2001. Brought in as the Tigers’ offensive line coach, Henson was promoted to offensive coordinator in 2012 and the move paid off with the program’s first SEC Eastern Division championship the following season.
Henson worked four years at his alma-mater, Oklahoma State, before moving on to LSU as the Tigers’ recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach in 2005. He spent four seasons in Baton Rouge and earned a BCS national championship in 2007.
|Offensive Coordinator||Missouri Tigers||2013-Present|
|Offensive Line Coach||Missouri Tigers||2009-2012|
|Tight Ends Coach||LSU Tigers||2005-2008|
|Tight Ends Coach||Oklahoma State Cowboys||2001-2004|
|Graduate Assistant||Oklahoma State Cowboys||1999|