Joe Brady should be the first person Georgia football contacts about the passing game coordinator position. He did it so well for LSU that the Carolina Panthers picked him up as their offensive coordinator.
While his job with the Panthers was short-lived, and even though Brady claims he wants to stay in the NFL, the right price could convince him to come back to college football. He did such a great job with LSU’s wide receivers and helping the Bayou Bengals become such a dynamic offense, and the Dawgs could benefit learning from him.
Brady is a young coach just like most of Georgia’s staff so it would fit the mold of what head coach Kirby Smart is known to go after in terms of coaches. Plus he is a hot commodity that knows how to bring out the best in his players.
He could gain a bit of knowledge from wide receiver coach Cortez Hankton and offensive coordinator Todd Monken for when he decides to branch out again, but why not see what he can do in a year.
Brady would be someone to offer and begin the transformation. While if Georgia were to go this route, it wouldn’t be a long relationship, as we saw with LSU, but it could still be beneficial in terms of getting the offense on the right track.