It is a clear fact that the New Orleans Saints have an explosive offense behind head coach Sean Peyton and Drew Brees behind the realm. Though Joe Brady played a big part in New Orleans offense being able to be so spaced on the field. Brady moved from the Saints to LSU and became the passing coordinator.
Joe Brady has brought to LSU a dynamic offense that is capable of scoring many points. In the game against GA Southern Brady was able to keep some of the offensive schemes a secret for SEC play as they dismantled the Eagles 55-3.
Wide-out Justin Jefferson was very impressed that all of Brady's offensive schemes were not used in the game.
Jefferson said, "With Brady coming in he has been able to bring a plan and we are able to execute it."
Brady's schemes worked well as it seemed that all the receivers were open including Terrace Marshall Jr. who had three touchdown receptions on four catches.
Marshall credits his breakout performance to route running in practice and working hard over the offseason.
With the Tigers able to handle business easily put a smile on Coach Ed Orgeron face as he told media, "The scheme is a lot better and we execute, meaning we are putting guys in great opportunities.
The Tigers hope to keep the offensive scheme going as they travel to Austin, Texas to face the Texas Longhorns.