Joe Brady leaving LSU for Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator job

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The Tigers capped their flawless season with a 42-25 victory over Clemson on Monday night in New Orleans. Clemson is scheduled to play LSU on Monday.

Brady has agreed to terms to join the Carolina Panthers as offensive coordinator under new coach Matt Rhule, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source informed of the situation.

Brady was LSU's passing game coordinator this season and helped the Tigers install a record-setting spread offense, led by Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Joe Burrow. Tiger Details has been informed that LSU does indeed expect Brady to leave for the National Football League, leaving them with a new vacancy on its offensive staff.

Before taking LSU by storm for one season, where he also was named the nation's top assistant, Brady spent two years as an offensive assistant with the New Orleans Saints and worked at Penn State and William & Mary.

Brady himself received the Broyles Award in 2019, which is given to the top assistant in college football. At 30 years old, he will be the youngest coordinator in the NFL.

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