Georgia Football: Grading the Bulldogs’ coaching changes, hires

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Nov 1, 2014; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt against the Florida Gators works out prior to the game at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The Georgia football program will have a lot of new coaching faces on the sidelines this year, most of it coming on the offensive side of the ball. So how did the Bulldogs fare on their coaching changes?

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If you weren’t aware, Georgia’s offensive coaching staff is a lot different this year, and the person who prints up the Georgia media guides must be pulling out his hair.

Anytime you change coaches, there’s going to be some upheaval and some domino effect, and never was that more true than when longtime Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo accepted a head coach position at Colorado State.

Bobo’s departure created more than just a hole in the O.C. section of the official UGA athletics guide, but also had Mark Richt scrambling to fill other positions created as a result of it.

New position coaches had to be found, and some current coaches were shuffled around. It was a regular fruitbasket turnover for the Georgia offensive staff.

Looking closely at each hire or new assignment for the coaches, how did the Bulldogs do, and will the record-setting offense of the past few seasons take a big hit due to so many changes?

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