Georgia football quickly promoted offensive analyst Mike Bobo to offensive coordinator on Tuesday following Todd Monken’s move to the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens.
Monken’s departure was no surprise as the two-time national champion play caller was a candidate for multiple,
pro offensive coordinator roles since the Bulldogs’ secured another title in January.
Bobo played quarterback for Georgia along side teammate Kirby Smart from 1994-1997.
Bobo coached UGA quarterbacks starting in 2001 under former head coach Mark Richt before taking over as offensive coordinator for the Bulldogs from 2007-2014.
In 2015, Bobo took the head coaching position at Colorado State .
where he spent five seasons before moving on to South Carolina in 2020 as quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator.
Bobo spent the 2021 season at Auburn as offensive coordinator and took an offensive analyst role with Georgia in the spring of last year