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Ross Dellenger with Sports Illustrated is reporting that LSU passing game coordinator Joe Brady has agreed to a three-year extension with the school.

Joe Brady, the Tigers’ first-year pass game coordinator and one of the hottest assistants in the country, has agreed to a new contract with the school through a memorandum of agreement, multiple sources tell Sports Illustrated. The agreement’s parameters remain in flux, but Brady would, as of now, receive a three-year contract and a salary that is expected to more than double his current earnings of $410,000. The deal protects LSU from losing Brady to college assistant jobs, but provides him flexibility for a jump to a college head coaching position or the NFL, where many believe his future lies.
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Seems like a lifetime ago....must be fake news.
Reply10 days
Joe Alleva made some calls. forced Brady's hand. Lol
Reply12 days
LOL! Riiiiiiiiiight
Reply13 days
Glad to hear. But he will surely be proving himself more so than ever next season. With a new QB to learn and execute the plays. You've got to remember that the plays have to fit the player and if they cannot execute it than it's worthless. Let's enjoy this Natty while it's fresh and thank the guys who've worked so hard this year and wish them the best.
Reply14 days
Smart move by Brady. One year does not make a career. He is too young to jump out a falter, than can stain what is shaping up to be a stellar future.
Reply15 days
Ye ye
Reply16 days
Seems like a smart deal for both sides.
Reply16 days
Thank God. Now let's get the championship.
Reply16 days
CEO, "Hold that Tiger!"
Reply16 days
Geaux Tigers!!!! raspy voice....
Reply16 days
frick yes thank you Scott
Reply16 days
Perfect timing......
Reply16 days
yeet bro. I love you Joe
Reply16 days
LSU Jacked!!!!!! SEC Fukkkkkeddddd!!!!
Reply16 days
He stay.
Reply16 days
Joe deserves everything we can give him. Hope Steve gets a healthy raise out of this also.
Reply16 days
This is good for crootin
Reply16 days
Doesn’t mean he still can’t take OC position in NFL this year.
Reply16 days
He won't
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