Larry Scott (American football)

Larry Scott (born January 2, 1977) is an American football coach. He is the tight ends coach for the Florida Gators football team.

Larry Scott
Current position
TitleTight ends coach
Biographical details
Born (1977-01-02) January 2, 1977
Sebring, Florida
Playing career
1996–1999South Florida
Position(s)Offensive tackle
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
2001Paul R. Wharton HS (FL) (RGC/OL)
2001–2003Freedom HS (FL) (OL)
2004Sebring HS (FL) (co-OC)
2006South Florida (GA)
2007–2008South Florida (TE)
2009South Florida (OL)
2010–2011South Florida (TE)
2012South Florida (RB)
2013–2015Miami (FL) (TE)
2015Miami (FL) (interim HC)
2016Tennessee (TE)
2017Tennessee (OC/TE)
2018-presentFlorida (TE)
Administrative career (AD unless noted)
2005South Florida (HSR)
Head coaching record

Scott played college football at the University of South Florida. He returned to South Florida in 2006 as a coach. He joined Miami as the tight end coach in 2013.[1] He became the interim head coach on October 25, 2015 after Al Golden was fired.[2]

After Mark Richt was hired as the Hurricanes head coach, Scott was hired by head coach Butch Jones to serve as tight ends coach for the Tennessee Volunteers in 2016. Scott was promoted to Offensive Coordinator after the 2016 season. After the firing Butch Jones, Scott was not retained by new head coach Jeremy Pruitt. On January 25, 2018, Scott was hired by the Florida Gators to coach tight ends under new coach Dan Mullen.[3] Scott replaces Ja'Juan Seider who left to coach running backs at Penn State.

Head coaching record

Year Team Overall ConferenceStanding Bowl/playoffs
Miami Hurricanes (Atlantic Coast Conference) (2015)
2015 Miami 4–24–13rd (Coastal)L Sun
Miami: 4–24–1


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