LSU has finally figured things out on the offensive side of the ball. The Tigers have one of the most explosive offenses in college football this season. Quarterback Joe Burrow has been the catalyst of it all, producing a Heisman-worthy season and leading LSU to a 13-0 record.
Burrow’s received most of the credit for the Tigers’ offensive resurrection. But Joe Brady, LSU’s passing game coordinator, is the one who’s been working behind the scenes to give the Tigers the offensive spark they’ve so desperately craved for years.
Due to LSU’s success this season, Brady’s name has been tossed in various vacant coaching position discussions. He’s without a doubt one of the top young assistants in college football, and it’s likely he’ll field many offers for multiple positions across the country during the off-season.
But Brady has no interest in leaving LSU. In fact, the passing game coordinator confirmed he’ll be at LSU in 2020 following the Tigers’ victory over Georgia on Saturday.
From Ross Dellenger:
Joe Brady on if he’ll be at #LSU next year: “Absolutely.”
— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) December 8, 2019
In today’s coaching world, it’s typical to jump ship when a better opportunity arises. But Brady is clearly loving everything about LSU. And if he sticks around the Tigers long enough, he’ll likely be promoted to better positions.
For now though, Brady and the Tigers will stay focused on the next task at hand – the College Football Playoff.