Former Minnesota quarterback Adam Weber has been hired as an offensive analyst at UCLA, the Star Tribune reported Thursday.
Weber, who spent the past two seasons with the Gophers as a graduate assistant, will reunite with former Minnesota offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch. The reunion comes about a month after Fisch was formally introduced as the Bruins offensive coordinator.
Now 29, Weber remains the Gophers all-time leading passer with 10,917 yards as a four-year starter (2007-2010). He signed as an undrafted free agent with the Denver Broncos and bounced around the NFL and CFL until returning to Minnesota in 2015.
Fisch and Weber were only together for one season at Minnesota, as Fisch arrived in 2009 and left for the Seattle Seahawks the next season. Prior to his arrival at UCLA, Fisch spent the previous two seasons coaching quarterbacks and wide receivers at Michigan.
Both Weber and Fisch will work with highly-rated Bruins quarterback Josh Rosen.