Brad Glenn will be Georgia State’s new offensive coordinator, a source told FootballScoop on Friday.

Glenn is currently the associate head coach, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Western Carolina. Glenn brought the spread offense and read option attack to WCU, where he helped quarterback Troy Mitchell become the Catamounts’ all-time leader in total offense.

Prior to Western Carolina, Glenn worked at Appalachian State with Georgia State head coach Shawn Elliott, where Elliott was the Mountaineers’ offensive line coach. Glenn coached slot receivers, tight ends and quarterbacks during his 7-year stint at App State.

Glenn replaces Travis Trickett, who left to join Neal Brown’s staff at West Virginia, his alma mater.

The Panthers ranked No. 76 nationally in yards per play (5.57) and No. 104 in scoring (23.9 points per game) in 2018.

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