Tracking UGA football's extensive coaching changes this offseason – UGA Wire

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Kirby Smart and Georgia football will have a new-look coaching staff for the 2022 college football season. The Bulldogs, like many national champions, are having to replace key members of the coaching staff.
Additionally, several of Georgia’s assistants have been promoted into larger roles. The changes typically come with salary boosts.
Here’s a look at how Georgia’s coaching staff has changed this offseason:
Oregon football coach Dan Lanning after being formally introduced as the head coach for the Ducks. Chris Pietsch/The Register Guard
Former Georgia co-defensive coordinator Dan Lanning helped the Bulldogs have a historic defense in 2021. Lanning coached with Georgia throughout the College Football Playoff before taking the head coaching job with the Oregon Ducks. This opportunity was too good for Lanning to pass.
Former Georgia Bulldogs interim head coach Bryan McClendon during the 2016 TaxSlayer Bowl.  Logan Bowles-USA TODAY Sports
Georgia hired Bryan McClendon, a former UGA wide receiver, as receivers coach. McClendon was previously the receivers coach at Oregon. He briefly left the Ducks to join Mario Cristobal in Miami, but changed his mind and is back in Athens.
Jermaine Burton celebrates after a touchdown catch with wide receiver coach Cortez Hankton (Photo by Brett Davis/Getty Images)
Former Georgia wide receivers coach Cortez Hankton has taken the same job with the LSU Tigers under Brian Kelly. Hankton was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Georgia Bulldogs offensive line coach Matt Luke. Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports
Matt Luke, a key coach in Georgia’s national championship win over Alabama, is stepping down. Luke helped Georgia have one of the top offensive fronts in the county.
He will be missed. Luke is looking forward to spending more time with his family.
Georgia has promoted Will Muschamp to co-defensive coordinator. Online Athens-Joshua L Jones
Will Muschamp and Glenn Schumann will serve as co-defensive coordinators under Kirby Smart. The duo will replace Dan Lanning. Schumann focuses on inside linebackers. Muschamp will focus coaching on safeties.
Kirby Smart will remain very involved with the Georgia defense.
Former Georgia Bulldogs offensive coordinator Mike Bobo. Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
Mike Bobo will serve as an offensive analyst for the 2022 college football season. Bobo’s son, Drew, will be a freshman on the Georgia offensive line. Bobo previously worked as the Auburn offensive coordinator.
Former Colorado defensive lineman Chidera Uzo-Diribe. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
Chidera Uzo-Diribe will coach outside linebackers for the Georgia Bulldogs. Uzo-Diribe play college football for Colorado and has coached at TCU, SMU, and Kansas.
Former Georgia Bulldogs defensive backs coach Jahmile Addae. Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Former Georgia defensive backs coach Jahmile Addae received an offer he could not refuse. Addae has accepted the same position at the University of Miami under new head coach Mario Cristobal. Addae was born in Valrico, Florida.
Former Rutgers defensive backs coach Fran Brown will hold the same position for the Georgia Bulldogs. Brown is taking over following Jahmile Addae’s departure and has key recruiting connections in Philadelphia and other talent-rich areas of the northeast.
Former Georgia Bulldogs offensive line coach Stacy Searels is returning to Athens. Paul Abell-USA TODAY Sports
Longtime offensive line coach Stacy Searels is returning to Athens after coaching at Georgia from 2007-2010 under Mark Richt. Searels has coached offensive line in college football since 1994. He’s had stops at LSU, Texas, Miami, and more.
Searels most recently served as the offensive line coach for UNC. He inherits one of the most talented offensive line rooms in the nation.
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