BERKELEY - Andy Ludwig, who is considered one of the nation's top offensive minds and has more than 20 seasons coaching at the collegiate level, has joined the University of California coaching staff as offensive coordinator, Golden Bear head coach Jeff Tedford announced Friday. Last season, Ludwig served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Utah, helping the Utes to a perfect 13-0 record, a 31-17 victory over Alabama in the Sugar Bowl and a No. 2 national ranking in the Associated Press poll. He also tutored Utah quarterback Brian Johnson to Mountain West Conference Offensive Players of the Year and Sugar Bowl MVP honors. Ludwig has been an offensive coordinator the last 12 years with stops at Utah (2005-08), Oregon (2002-04), Fresno State (1998-01) and Cal Poly (1997). He left Utah for the offensive coordinator position at Kansas State following the 2008 campaign before deciding to move to Berkeley and coach with Tedford.