LSU's Joe Brady to become Panthers' offensive coordinator

Ruben Hill
January 15, 2020

Sports LSU passing game cordinator Joe Brady speaks during media day for NCAA College Football Playoff national championship game Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020, in New Orleans.

Brady had just returned from a long recruiting trip along the East Coast, one that involved a scheduling mixup and Brady traveling to see a player who wasn't even practicing.

LSU passing-game coordinator Joe Brady is planning to return to the NFL as the Carolina Panthers' offensive coordinator, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Tuesday.

While we don't expect LSU to experience a major drop off next season, it is reasonable to think the Tigers might take a step or two back without Burrow and Brady. The award honors the best member of a coaching staff, excluding head coaches, in all of college football. The Athletic is reporting that Brady will be the offensive coordinator in Carolina. For his efforts, Burrow was awarded the Heisman Trophy, and it's likely none of it would've been possible had the quarterback not been paired with the 30-year-old coach.

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