There’s no secret that Todd Monken has been a massive difference maker in Athens. He was recently named a candidate for the Purdue coaching job before the position was filled by Ryan Walters. When asked about opportunities, Monk put it in a way only Monk can:
Question to Todd Monken: "Why are you not a head coach at this point in your career?"
"First off, no one wants my old ass."
Listen to all of his comments here: https://t.co/uxY29fsQB8
— Radi Nabulsi (@RadiNabulsi) December 28, 2022
Todd Monken on Stetson Bennett: “All we did was try to bury him for the couple of years he was here & all he did was continue to fight & compete.
… in today’s day & age of the portal & guys leaving, he didn’t do that. He wanted to be a Georgia Bulldog.”pic.twitter.com/vA70ZQwM6q
— Jon Tweets Sports (@jontweetssports) December 28, 2022
Monken has lifted Georgia’s offense to new heights, and he has really unlocked Stetson Bennett IV. Additionally, with the help of Todd Hartley, Monken has the most dangerous arsenal of tight ends in the country — and he’s not afraid to use them. Monken really shines in the big moments — Georgia is averaging 43.8 points per game against teams currently in the CFP Top 25. We saw him pull out his bag of tricks in the Orange Bowl last year:
Kenny McIntosh throws to AD Mitchell and the Dawgs lead by 14!#CFBPlayoff | #GoDawgs pic.twitter.com/ClQsrAwxrI
— CFB Kings (@CFBKings) January 1, 2022
I’m excited to watch Monken get in his bag during these playoffs, and I think I speak for all Georgia fans when I say he can stay in Athens as long as he wants to.
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