Georgia Football News: Rob Sale named new offensive line coach


Another Georgia football coaching vacancy has been officially filled, as Rob Sale has been named the team’s new offensive line coach.

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The open spots on the Georgia coaching staff are one by one being filled, and now new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer has himself an offensive line coaach – Rob Sale, coming to the Bulldogs by way of McNeese State.

Sale served as co-offensive coordinator an o-line coach at McNeese State, where he’s been on staff since 2012. Prior to that, Sale served as strength and conditioning assistant coach and offensive analyst from 2007 to 2011 at the University of Alabama.

“This is a great opportunity and I’m ready to hit the road recruiting this week,” Sale stated, via “Top priority will be to see as many recruits as possible and help finish up this 2015 class. At the same time I’m also looking forward to meeting and getting to know our current players. It’s an exciting time to be joining a program with such a great history and tradition.”

Sale is quite familiar with life in the SEC, as he was a three-year starter on offensive line at LSU. He helped guide the McNeese State offense to 396.5 yards per game (221.9 rushing and 174.6 passing) and 32.4 points per game in 2014.

“We’re excited about the addition of Rob as our new offensive line coach and look forward to the contributions he’ll make to our program,” said Mark Richt. “I firmly believe he’s going to be the perfect fit for Georgia.”

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