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BREAKING: Georgia Bulldogs Give Offensive Coordinator Todd Monken 60% Raise

May 26, 2022

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ATHENS - Georgia Bulldogs offensive coordinator Todd Monken will now make $2 million a year. 

The Athens Banner-Herald reported the news Thursday. The move by Georgia gave Monken a $750,000 raise from his previous salary - a 60% raise. Monken has been the Bulldogs’ offensive coordinator since the 2020 season. 

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In that time the Dawgs’ offense has improved noticeably. Georgia ended last season as the No. 10 overall scoring offense in the country. Monken was handed the difficult task of navigating the injury situation of J.T. Daniels not only in 2020, but also in 2021. 

In the past two seasons Georgia has started three quarterbacks - and only lost three games. The run to the Dawgs’ 2021 national title was due at least in part to Georgia’s explosive offense, Kirby Smart said recently. 

“We want to be explosive, and we were last year,” Smart said. “People talked about the defense, but (the explosion on offense) got overshadowed by that. That we were top ten in explosive passes - a lot better than a lot of teams at throwing the ball down the field.” 


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