Georgia football OC Todd Monken is the best play caller for Arch Manning
The Dawgs’ have one of the best offensive coordinators in the country in Todd Monken, and last season’s national championship run proved that. If Arch Manning wants a strong offensive scheme, it doesn’t matter if Georgia doesn’t have the “rich” history with elite quarterbacks.
Georgia just won a national championship with a former walk-on, and while some suggest that could hurt them with Manning, I think it’s the complete opposite. He sees what Monken can do offensively and knows that the playcalling would mold to his strengths if he chose the Dawgs.
Monken does a fabulous job putting offenses together that help bring out the brightest spots, and with Manning, he would have a field day. Sure there are other talented quarterbacks in that room right now, but that doesn’t matter if someone like Manning comes around and wins the job.
Fans can claim that Georgia doesn’t know what they’re doing at the quarterback position, but winning a championship happened with the Mailman, so something is going right in Athens.
Monken also loves Athens and the culture that Georgia football has. Alabama changes coordinators often, and we all know Steve Sarkisian isn’t the most loyal individual or sticks around a while.
If Manning wants a program that builds around him, then all three will do that, but Georgia football is the one that will likely have the same coordinator. Sure Monken could leave, and the coaching turnover is becoming more normal than seeing a coach stick around, but getting Manning on campus could make Monken stick around to win a few with this kid.
Sark is a great offensive mind, and Alabama always has talented coordinators, but the relationship that Monken has built with Manning is crucial. Not to mention the bond Buster Faulkner has grown with the kids is something to note.
Georgia is putting in a lot of effort to let Manning know this offense is something that can really make him shine if he picks the Dawgs.