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ElderTiger
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re: Is it possible for an assistant coach to ever be as beloved as Joe Brady for 1 season?
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Mack Brown was in 1982 Similar situation


You beat me to the post.


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EGCROSS
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Member since Dec 2007
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re: Is it possible for an assistant coach to ever be as beloved as Joe Brady for 1 season?
Exactly. Could you imagine if all of Metallica dies in the bus crash if 87? Their last album would have been MoP. Talk about legends forever.


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lakelanier
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re: Is it possible for an assistant coach to ever be as beloved as Joe Brady for 1 season?
He was great, but beloved? What about Kevin Faulk? What about Corey Raymond? There are many beloved Tiger coaches. Time will be the test.


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Wtxtiger
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re: Is it possible for an assistant coach to ever be as beloved as Joe Brady for 1 season?
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I am not happy that he is in the NFC South now.

Bridgewater is his quarterback, we are good. Teddy can’t do for Carolina what Joe Burrow did at LSU. Even with Brady.


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DeafJam73
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re: Is it possible for an assistant coach to ever be as beloved as Joe Brady for 1 season?
Assistants don’t usually get much attention, and most of them prefer it that way. A lot of attention means they aren’t doing a good job. Brady was an exception because of how high powered the offense was.


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wfallstiger
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re: Is it possible for an assistant coach to ever be as beloved as Joe Brady for 1 season?
No and if the article I just scanned is truthful seems he pulled a Nick Saban on Coach O


DeafJam73
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re: Is it possible for an assistant coach to ever be as beloved as Joe Brady for 1 season?
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No and if the article I just scanned is truthful seems he pulled a Nick Saban on Coach O


What do you mean?


wfallstiger
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Member since Jun 2006
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re: Is it possible for an assistant coach to ever be as beloved as Joe Brady for 1 season?
I want to say 24/7

Seems JB inked MOU on one day and the Panthers the next but didn't tell Coach O himself...Coach O learned of JB from another


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LCTFAN
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Member since Mar 2013
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re: Is it possible for an assistant coach to ever be as beloved as Joe Brady for 1 season?
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geauxtigers33


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lot could depend on what Ensminger does this season without him. If it looks like the offense didn’t miss a beat then people


Burrow was the key to the LSU offense
Coach "O" deciding to open up the offense was the turn around and hiring Brady was the icing on the cake.

This year offense most likely will not perform to last years level with or without Brady but if Brennan steps up then we should have a great season.

Brady will always be loved by the LSU fan base


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evangelfan
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Roanoke, Texas
Member since Apr 2008
677 posts

re: Is it possible for an assistant coach to ever be as beloved as Joe Brady for 1 season?
Keep in mind Coach E was a solid OC before Brady. But after working in the new concepts, and having the ability and willingness to blend them like a brilliant maestro over the record breaking (perfect) season, I believe he will have the ability to maintain and continue to build upon it.

I think he was overshadowed, and maybe didn’t get enough credit for being a bigger part of the execution success of the offense than people understand. He was still the play caller, and Uber aggressive on especially the biggest 3rd and 4th down conversions all season long.

He has the total trust and keys to the offense from Coach E for a reason, and we don’t have to worry about him taking off after every successful season, like with the young stepping stone guys. Now that we’re seeing former accomplished NFL HC/OC type guys wanting to come aboard, just to be a part of this offensive production, as a way to spend a season or two here, to likely be promoted back to top coaching positions in the future, then that’s a great sign of just how advanced this offense really is.

The level of offensive key position recruiting, especially at QB, will continue to get better because of this offense, and we should be in good hands going forward for years to come.


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