The pair became the first from LSU to score the honors in the same season since 1958 when halfback Billy Cannon was named player of the year and Paul Dietzel was coach of the year after leading LSU to its first football national championship.
Burrow set LSU records for passing yards (4,715), passing touchdowns (48), passing yards per game (362.7), completions (342), total offense (5,004) and total offense per game (384.9) this season.
The Heisman Trophy finalist also broke the SEC records for passing yards and passing touchdowns in a season.
Orgeron has led LSU to a 13-0 record and the 2019 SEC Championship. He helped guide the Tigers to a school-record five wins against top-10 teams this season.
No. 1 LSU will face Oklahoma in the College Football Playoff semifinals on Dec. 28.
Below is the 2019 SEC Football Awards as voted on by the coaches. Coaches that voted on the individual awards cannot vote for their own players.
2019 SEC Football Awards
Joe Burrow, LSU
Defensive Player of the Year
Derrick Brown, Auburn
Special Teams Player of the Year
Jaylen Waddle, Alabama
Freshman of the Year
Bo Nix, Auburn
Scholar-Athlete of the Year
Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia
Jacobs Blocking Trophy
Andrew Thomas, Georgia
Ed Orgeron, LSU