Since joining the college coaching ranks in 2006, Joseph has travelled extensively with a multitude of notable names and head coaches. After a seven-year tenure working within the Louisiana high school and prep leagues, Joseph joined LSU under then-defensive coordinator Bo Pelini as a graduate assistant, spending only a season with the Tigers, as LSU finished with the third-ranked defense nationally.
Joseph then joined Derek Dooley at Louisiana Tech as a defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator, immediately jumping up in the ranks. Joseph followed Dooley to Tennessee, where he performed the same duties on a much larger scale. As the secondary coach from 2010-11, Joseph led the Volunteers to top-20 finishes in pass defense.
Pelini added Joseph to his Nebraska staff, where he has been instrumental in the Cornhuskers' defensive performance the past two seasons.
Overall, Joseph's tenures under other nationally relevant programs and coaches means taking over A&M's defensive backs vacancy will be no sudden shock, and he should fit into the system well right from the start.