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Dawgfan4life24

Dawgfan4life24

Member Since 17 Oct 2011
Online Last Active 3 minutes ago

So whats everyone doing tonight?

12 January 2015 - 08:24 AM

Since the SEC has been eliminated from the first College Playoffs....

Thanks Bama....

Top recruiting class the last ...how many years? Cant even beat Blow-Hio State...

Program has gone to Posted Image I tell ya...

Bama should retire Saban, Send Smart to HC Georgia and start over.

Georgia hires Brian Schottenheimer as offensive coordinator

07 January 2015 - 01:24 PM


Georgia has a new offensive coordinator, and the Bulldogs went to the NFL ranks to find him.

The program announced Wednesday that it has hired St. Louis Rams offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer to take the same position and quarterbacks coach. Schottenheimer had spent the last three seasons in St. Louis and most of his career in the NFL, as he's also served in the same position for the New York Jets from 2006-11.

The 41-year old does have some college experience, however, spending the 1999 season as Syracuse's wide receivers coach and coaching tight ends at USC in 2000.

It will be interesting to see how Georgia fans react to this news considering that (a) Schottenheimer was a former national championship-winning quarterback and rival Florida, and (B) his offenses averaged 20.2 points per game in St. Louis and 21.7 points per game in New York.

Those aren't exactly the kind of numbers that will make a fan base excited, though the system Schottenheimer has run is similar to what Georgia's had for years.

Schottenheimer replaces Mike Bobo, who left Athens to become head coach at Colorado State.

Everett Golson to LSU?

05 January 2015 - 02:11 PM

Heard he reached out to LSU about a xfer?