Terry Malone is an American football coach as well as the former player who currently serves as offensive coordinator as well as the tight ends coach for Purdue Boilermakers football team. He is the native of Redford, Michigan. He went to get his education from the College of the Holy Cross and there, he played the four seasons at the tight ends. In addition to that, he was also the captain of Crusaders as a senior. He received the Bachelor’s degree in the history.
Terry opened his coaching career as graduate assistant at University of Arizona. He then served as the offensive line coach, tight ends coach as well as the offensive coordinator at the Bowling Green from the year 1986 till 1995. He then spent his 1996 season as the offensive line at Boston College. On 22nd February of the year 2015, Terry was hired in same position as the tight ends coach at the Purdue University. The same year on 22nd December, he was promoted to the Offensive Coordinator after the team fired John Shoop.
Prior to that, he had also been the offensive coordinator for Michigan Wolverines Football Team. During his nine seasons, he won the five Big 10 championships as well as appeared in the eight New Year’s Day bowl games. He was also the leader of the position group that has been very productive component of the offense which has ranked among National Football League’s Top units since 2006.
He along with his family has volunteered at Covington Food Bank and they are also active parishioners at Most Holy Trinity Church located in Covington. Besides that, as he has maintained his personal life low, there is no more details found about his bio, family background and other activities. There is also no news found about his age and date of birth. His son named Ryan plays football at the Kent State University. More info about him can also be obtained from various sources.