Report: Louisville to Hire Georgia D.C. Todd Grantham

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ESPN’s Joe Schad is reporting that Louisville will hire Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham.


According to Schad, Grantham will be getting a $1 million, 5-year deal.

Grantham will be joining new, former, rehired head coach, Bobby Petrino, who is returning to Louisville after a cup of poison coffee with the Atlanta Falcons, some extracurricular fun and games at Arkansas, and a brief pitstop at Western Kentucky.

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Topics: Football, Georgia Bulldogs, Mark Richt, Todd Grantham

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  • fred russo

    One more to go Richt and than Georgia becomes a national power once again. Look it’s simple all we must do is hire Kirby Smart as our DC with the promise that Richt will retire in a year and he will become the head coach. Than Smart closes the Georgia border for recruiting and keeps the talent home. This is what Florida State did with Fisher abd look what he did in a few short years.