Just a day removed from LSU winning the national championship, Joe Brady is now on his way to the big leagues.

The mastermind behind one of the greatest passing attacks in college football history is now set to become the offensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers. Despite LSU's best efforts to retain him, Joe Brady will be joining first year head coach Matt Rhule on the Panthers sidelines next season.

Rumors regarding Brady's future have been swirling in Baton Rouge and all over the country ever since every one on the planet realized LSU's offense was the real deal. After all, Brady is often credited by LSU players and coaches alike for developing and implementing their new pass-heavy offense.

Just a few days ago during a media period ahead of the national championship, Brady told reporters that he intended on staying at LSU. He also said, "I hope I'm a Tiger as long as they want me at LSU".

At 30 years old, Joe Brady is now the youngest coordinator in the NFL.

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[ESPN]