Former Gophers quarterback Adam Weber has been hired as an offensive analyst at UCLA, where he’ll be working under Jedd Fisch, Minnesota’s former offensive coordinator, Weber confirmed Thursday.

Weber, 29, spent the past two years as a Gophers graduate assistant, working with the quarterbacks. He is the Gophers all-time passing leader with 10,917 yards after starting for the team from 2007 to 2010.

Fisch came to Minnesota in 2009, under Tim Brewster, but left the next season to become the Seattle Seahawks quarterbacks coach.

Fisch has since worked as the offensive coordinator for the University of Miami and the Jacksonville Jaguars. He spent the past two years as Michigan’s passing game coordinator before leaving last month to take this job at UCLA, under head coach Jim Mora.

Weber will get the chance to work with UCLA junior quarterback Josh Rosen, who was the Pac-12’s Freshman Offensive Player of the Year in 2015.

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