A former New Orleans Saints quarterback will not be joining the LSU staff after all.

Doug Nussmeier, a former back-up quarterback for the Saints, was set to join LSU's staff as an offensive analyst.

Nussmeier had most recently served as the offensive coordinator at Florida from 2015-17.

Prior to his time at Florida, Nussmeier also served as offensive coordinator at Michigan (2014), Alabama (2012 when the Tide won a BCS national title and 2013), Washington (2009-11) and Fresno State (2008).

The 47-year old Nussmeier also served as the quarterbacks coach at all of those stops , as well as at Michigan State from 2003-05.

A native of Portland, Oregon, Nussmeier, was a quarterbacks coach in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams from 2006-07, and in the CFL with both the BC Lions (2001) and Ottawa Renegades (2002).

A college quarterback at the University of Idaho from 1990-93, Nussmeier was a fourth round pick of the Saints in the 1994 NFL Draft.

Nussmeier played in five games, including two starts during his Saints' career.

Primarily a back-up, Nussmeier threw for 455 yards, to go along with one touchdown and four interceptions in his NFL career.

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