Virginia Tech adds Brad Cornelsen as offensive coordinator

virginia techBrad Cornelsen will be joining the staff of Justin Fuente at Virginia Tech as offensive coordinator, Fuente announced on Thursday.

Cornelsen had served as Fuente’s OC at Memphis, where the duo was instrumental in the development of projected 2016 NFL first-round draft pick Paxton Lynch, who threw for 3,778 yards, 28 touchdowns and just four interceptions in 2015.

“The addition of Coach Cornelsen represents the addition of another key member of our coaching staff at Virginia Tech,” Fuente said. “Brad helped us develop a winning culture at Memphis, and he deserves much of the credit for helping Paxton Lynch and our entire offense reach its full potential. We’re fortunate that he’s joining the Hokies.”

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