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LSU passing coordinator Joe Brady is being mentioned for the open offensive coordinator job at Texas, according to Brett McMurphy of Stadium and Anwar Richardson of Rivals.

Texas head coach Tom Herman fired offensive coordinator Tim Beck on Sunday, along with defensive coordinator Todd Orlando.


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He's Gone
Reply23 months
Texas needs to go after Chad Morris. The guy is one hell of an OC.
Reply23 months
You smell that rabbit...? Fear
Reply23 months
Dream on downhorns
Reply23 months
There is no way he leaves LSU for anything but a HC job. He knows he’s the next OC and will be paid handsomely.
Reply23 months
If you can't fricking stop it, try to buy it, I guess.
Reply23 months
I would be more worried if a team comes calling look for a Head Coach. Ar-kansas, Ole Miss, ( any school thats not Missouri). Doubt you are wining a title these days at those schools but they can be relevant again with the right coach.
Reply23 months
So? I bets Joes name is being mentioned from coast to coast. Why the frick would he want to go to a sinking ship?
Reply23 months
UT is an open infection with no treatment plan. Herman is desperate to save his job and will stir the pot at a few colleges until he gets someone to believe in his scam.
Reply23 months
Have faith in Mr Woodward. He will do what it takes.
Reply23 months
Take the OC job and be the guy when Texas fires Herman
Reply23 months
Texas is a dumpster fire. Texas is the Tennessee of the SEC. Texas is already looking to fire cry baby Herman if he doesn't win the Big 12 next year. The SEC is where you prove it in coaching and Brady knows it.
Reply23 months
I think meant, Texas is the Tennessee of the Big 12
23 months
I think meant, Texas is the Tennessee of the Big 12
23 months
Texas sucks. Thats what I meant.
23 months
Yeah, Tom Herman is on his last leg at Texas. When a coach fires both coordinators he is just about gone. So Golden Boy says "Hey, Joe come save my arse from being fired". Yeah, that would be a great career move. Go to Texas and maybe get fired after 1 year because you are working for a loser. Lol.
Reply23 months
Every school looking for an OC, will say joe brady is on their list of “potentials” from here on out.. AND LSU KNOWS THAT.. calm down...
Reply23 months
Herman is OC with his ego, why would Brady wants to become his puppet?
Reply23 months
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Texas...how much $ would it take for you to jump into a full-on dumpster fire?
Reply23 months
I think this is key right here, there is nothing in place to say UT will be successful next year, the pieces are in place for LSU to have another good if not great season. UT at the moment could be a career killer.
23 months
You guys do realize we have to play Texas again next year... Do you really think Woodward, O or any of LSU big wigs is going to let him go??? That’s absolutely crazy... Joe Brady ain’t going nowhere!
Reply23 months
Brady will become the OC when E retires, no reason for him to leave
Reply23 months
Yeah I can easily see them making him Co OC next year and paying anywhere from 1 to 1.3 mill. TCU did the same thing when they had Co OCs.
23 months
Don't worry Steve Ensminger knows everything Brady has brought to LSU this year all his tricks the offense included if he does leave the offense won't change
Reply23 months
We need to do everything humanly possible to keep Brady. If it means naming him OC and asking Ensminger to retire, then it needs to be done.
23 months
Ensminger is the real brains anyway.
23 months
Lol.
Reply23 months
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