What We Are Hearing: Can UGA Sign Two 5-Star Running Backs This Class?

August 4, 2019
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ATHENS - Monday marks the first time in his near four years on staff that James Coley will meet with the media in a formal setting. 

The last three years saw the Miami native transition from the receivers coach in 2016 and 2017 into the quarterbacks and finally as the offensive coordinator at UGA. 

But UGA nearly lost Coley after Jimbo Fisher left FSU for Texas A&M after the 2017 season. Fisher wanted Coley to be his offensive coordinator in College Station, but two things were lingering.

 
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