Matt House - LSU Defenseby Louisiana Football Coaches Association
LSU Defensive Coordinator Matt House explains the in's and outs of the Tigers Defense.
House dives into how he is able to build a winning culture in the locker room and goes over what he asks of his players on defense in practice and on game day.
As a linebacker coach as well as DC, Coach House focuses on tackling and the drill work he puts his team through in practice in order to produce in the SEC.
This course includes:
Stages of Tackling and Approach
Examples of proper technique in different situations
Running through contact
Roll/Stiff Arm work
Finishing & more
Matt House | Louisiana State University | Defensive Coordinator
Coach House began his career at his Alma Mater Michigan State as a Graduate Assistant in 2001.
He became assistant for North Carolina in 2003 until taking over the Defensive Line for Gardner Webb in 2005.
From there he took over as the defensive backs coach at buffalo before ending up in the NFL as an Assistant Special Teams Coach for the Carolina Panthers in 2008 and the Defensive Quality Control Coach for the St. Louis Rams from 2009-2011.
House Returned to college football where he became the secondary coach and ultimately defensive coordinator at the University of Pittsburgh.
Coach House had stints as the DC/ILB Coach for FIU and Kentucky before another return to the NFL as the Kansas City Chiefs Linebackers Coach from 2019-2021.
House now enters the 2022 season for the LSU Tigers as the Defensive Coordinator and Linebackers Coach.