After speculation all week as to what the ​Georgia Bulldogs would do with their open offensive coordinator position, we finally have an answer.


According to reports, James Coley will be promoted to full-time offensive coordinator.

Last year, Coley worked together with Jim Chaney, and both men shared the role as co-OCs for the Bulldogs. However, now with Chaney having abruptly left to Tennessee earlier this week, Coley has been given the nod to take over the role all by himself.

Coley started his career with the Bulldogs back in 2016, when then-new HC Kirby Smart hired him to be part of his new coaching staff. He served as the WRs coach for two seasons, before being promoted to co-OC and QBs coach last year.


Georgia will be looking to make some noise come 2019. After a poor Sugar Bowl performance, which saw the Dawgs lose to No. 15 Texas, they'll be out for blood.


That all starts with solidifying the coaching staff.