Former LSU assistant Mickey Joseph officially lands at B1G alma mater
Mickey Joseph has officially left the LSU coaching staff, and been announced as part of Scott Frost’s 2022 staff at Nebraska, Joseph’s alma mater.
Joseph will join the Husker coaching staff as Wide Receivers Coach/Passing Game Coordinator/Associate Head Coach. At LSU, Joseph was assistant head coach the past 2 seasons, and on staff with the Tigers the past 5.
Joseph was a quarterback at Nebraska under legendary coach Tom Osborne from 1988-91, and he played 34 career games. His best season as a starter came was 1990 when he saw action in all 12 games and threw for 624 yards and 11 touchdowns along with 554 rushing yards and 10 scores, per Husker Online.
“I am honored to return to Nebraska to join Coach Frost’s staff,” Joseph said in a statement. “I can’t wait to get to Lincoln to work with our players and represent Nebraska Football. Once you are a Husker your love for the program never leaves you and my family and I could not be more excited.”
— Nebraska Football (@HuskerFBNation) December 3, 2021