Ranking every Georgia football offensive coordinator of the last 25 years

Coordinators can sometimes make or break the success of a head coach, and Georgia is no exception. Here's a power ranking of every OC the Bulldogs have had since 1999.

Georgia Offensive Coordinator Mike Bobo looks on during warmups before the start of a NCAA college
Georgia Offensive Coordinator Mike Bobo looks on during warmups before the start of a NCAA college / Joshua L. Jones / USA TODAY NETWORK
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. . 6. 527. . 2015. player. UGA coach pr. Brian Schottenheimer. Brian Schottenheimer

Brian Schottenheimer's time as Georgia's offensive coordinator was short for a very good reason. The offense was putrid, predictable, and looked like a sports car on three square wheels most of the time.

Georgia finished the 2015 season ranked 83rd nationally in total offense, putting up just 377 yards of offense per game. This number seems even more horrid when you take into consideration some of the weapons -- Sony Michel, Nick Chubb, Isaiah McKenzie, Terry Godwin, and more -- Schotty had at his disposal.

Granted, the quarterback situation was not ideal, with Virginia transfer Greyson Lambert being tabbed the starter, but even Lambert could have been more productive with better coaching and a cohesive scheme.

Schottenheimer may be the son of a legend, but he did a legendary flop during his short time at Georgia.