As expected, Georgia Offensive Coordinator Todd Monken is leaving Athens for the NFL:
The #Ravens have hired Georgia’s Todd Monken as their new Offensive Coordinator.
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) February 14, 2023
Monken was the engineer behind some of the best offenses in Georgia football history and back to back National Titles in Athens. He was heralded as one of the most efficient playcallers in all of college football, capped off by a 65 point onslaught in the 2023 CFP National Title Game. Monken is as creative as a playcaller as they come, and there’s no doubt he can help Baltimore keep Lamar Jackson in town. Under Monken in 2021 and 2022, Georgia’s offense became a real strength — especially in 2022.
2022 Georgia Bulldogs: 501.1 YPG (5th), 75 TD (2nd), 7.12 YPP (4th), 7517 Yards (1st), 5.53 YPC (5th), 205 Rushing Yards Per Game (19th), 295.8 Passing Yards Per Game (15th)
I’ll miss Todd Monken, but his replacement has already been named:
Mike Bobo will be Georgia's offensive coordinator again, replacing Todd Monken, multiple sources tell The Athletic.
— Seth Emerson (@SethWEmerson) February 14, 2023
I figured Kirby Smart would call up his old buddy to call the offense, and apparently Bobo called the first two touchdowns of the aforementioned National Championship.
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