Former LSU passing game coordinator Joe Brady was officially announced as the new offensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers on Thursday morning.

Per Panthers.com:
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CHARLOTTE – The LSU offense transformed into an unstoppable juggernaut in 2019 as the Tigers won the national championship in emphatic fashion.

And Joe Brady – the man who helped engineer that transformation – is coming to Carolina to work under new head coach Matt Rhule as the Panthers' offensive coordinator.

The 30-year-old Brady just completed a wildly successful first and only season as passing game coordinator/wide receivers coach at LSU. He won the Broyles award, given annually to the top assistant coach in college football. Now he's the youngest active offensive coordinator in the NFL.
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Trade Cam , put Kyle Allen in that offense with the best all purpose back in the entire NFL they could very well wreak havoc in the NFC south ,Cam Newton would at least bring a 1& 2 in trade , or how bout they package Came with some picks and Cinncy bites and gives up the number 1 overall and Carolina moves up to that spot and drafts Burrow ? Hmmm I don't know if I like either of those scenerios as N.O saints fan but its gonna be interesting
Reply21 months
The kid genius ,from going out and getting Starbucks for Sean Peyton to OC at a division rival in one full calender season , holy Toledo Batman have times changed
Reply21 months
The biggest jump in a college/NFL coaching career that I can think of and it may not be over ,this could be just part of the jump ,what if he just happens to turn Cam Newton into 65% or better passer and Cam wins another MVP and Carolina makes a run to a Superbowl or deep run in the playoff a couple times ? How fast you think an owner would offer him a head coaching job ,I mean if a guy can get fired at Texas Tech and then land the Arizona Cardinals then I don't see why not .
Reply21 months
Heard he didn't like recruiting... can't blame him one bit!
Reply21 months
He's more like a George Patton. No time to coddle the troops. Let's attack.
21 months
Thanks to joe. But the Panthers can piss off
Reply21 months
Man I hate pro football
Reply21 months
You hate to see it happen, but I will take this outcome every single time if it led us to a natty.
Reply21 months
If we learned nothing else, we learned this: Make the WR's catch 10,000 balls each in the offseason. It helps, alot. Will we actually continue his system? Remains to be seen.
Reply21 months
JB was instrumental in showing how good LSU football can be. I hope the coaches and players learned as much as they could from him in such a short amount of time.
Reply21 months
Congrats to him! Thanks for the offense!
Reply21 months
Like ripping a bandaid off...just get it over with.
Reply21 months
He knew his stock could only go down after coach the Heisman and Bilitnikof winners...got to get while the gettin is good!
21 months
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