June 13, 2024

College football has officially reached the offseason period, as the national championship game ended on Monday with Michigan defeating Washington. Every program is presently preparing for the college football season in 2024. Teams have recently completed the first window of the transfer portal, but it doesn’t mean programs are secure from future adjustments.

When approaching the offseason, teams like Georgia must constantly be aware of rival institutions pursuing members of their coaching staff. The Bulldogs had already gone through this once, when defensive backs coach Fran Brown was named head coach at Syracuse at the close of the season, and Georgia subsequently hired Donte Williams from USC.

Another coaching shift happened when Georgia hired Travaris Robinson, Alabama’s defensive backs coach, to coach safeties and serve as co-defensive coordinator with Schumann. Will Muschamp chose to return to an analyst role so that he could spend more time with his family this coming season. There has been some speculation that Robinson may take over as defensive coordinator at Alabama now that Kalen DeBoer has been appointed, but Chris Low of ESPN reports that he will stay with the Bulldogs after interviewing with the Crimson Tide.

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So, with it being the middle of January and Georgia having already gone through a handful of staff changes, are the Bulldogs safe from future changes? No, not necessarily.

While the bulk of college football teams have mostly completed their staffs, NFL clubs have only recently began the process of staff changes for those that choose to do so. It wasn’t until February of last year that the Baltimore Ravens announced the signing of former Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken to take the same job on their coaching staff. Around the same time, news spread that the Philadelphia Eagles were interested in recruiting Glenn Schumann as defensive coordinator, but he eventually elected to stay at Georgia.



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