Harold T. Hunter (born July 8, 1959 in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania) is the current assistant offensive line coach of the Indianapolis Colts of the NFL. He was previously the offensive coordinator for the Chargers. He has held positions at the University of North Carolina, Indiana University, and LSU. In 1999, he served as the head coach of LSU's football team for one game, a 35–10 win over rival Arkansas, after Gerry DiNardo was fired. He was replaced when LSU hired Nick Saban.
Coaching history 
- 1982 – Outside Linebackers and Strength Coach, College of William and Mary
- 1983–84 – Offensive Line, University of Pittsburgh
- 1985 – Offensive Line, Columbia University
- 1986 – Offensive Line, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
- 1987 – 1990 – Offensive Line, University of Akron
- 1991 – 93 – Tackles and Tight Ends, Vanderbilt University
- 1994 – Offensive Line, Vanderbilt University
- 1995 – 98 – Offensive Line, Louisiana State University
- 1999 – Assistant Head Coach, Louisiana State University
- 2000 – 01 – Offensive Coordinator, Indiana University
- 2002 – 05 – Offensive Line, University of North Carolina
- 2006 – 2012 – Offensive Line, San Diego Chargers
- 2012 – 2013 - Offensive Coordinator, San Diego Chargers
- 2013 - Assistant Offensive Line Coach, Indianapolis Colts
Head coaching record 
|LSU Tigers (Southeastern Conference) (1999)|
|LSU:||1–0||1–0||*Coached one game after Gerry DiNardo was fired|
|#Rankings from final Coaches' Poll.
°Rankings from final AP Poll.