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Bobo signs three-year extension with Dawgs

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12:48 PM ET 03.08 | Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo recently signed a three-year contract extension, inking to stay with the Bulldogs through the 2015 season. The new deal raises Bobo's salary from $335,000 to $575,000 annually. The Georgia offense was formidable in 2012, ranking third in the SEC with 467.6 yards per game, and the Dawgs' 7.1 yards per play led the conference. Georgia averaged 37.8 points per game, which ranked third in the SEC.

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March 8, 2013  12:54 PM ET

This deal is even better. According to the next thread, Friend is now the running game coordinator. So Bobo gets to coordinate part of the offense and pocket a big raise.

March 8, 2013  01:56 PM ET
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This deal is even better. According to the next thread, Friend is now the running game coordinator. So Bobo gets to coordinate part of the offense and pocket a big raise.

Is it "Write a Piece About UGa Day" out there?


And I totally agree, DS. But wasn't Bobo getting a ton of UGa-droppings thrown at him not too long ago? Oh, how things change in CFB....

March 8, 2013  04:15 PM ET

This is great!!! It can only help Murray!!!!

March 8, 2013  06:05 PM ET

Bobo is getting good press these days due to some great offensive production. He also turned down an overture from VT this year to head their offense and I think that helped lead to a raise. Not to mention he's a heck of a good qb coach so I think he deserves it.

March 8, 2013  06:09 PM ET
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Is it "Write a Piece About UGa Day" out there?

Heck yeah....year of the dawg my friend.


Just glad it's not hot seat talk anymore.

 
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