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ESPN: NFL Teams Have "Interest" in Georgia Bulldogs' Todd Monken

January 17, 2023
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ATHENS - Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs are coming off another national title, and the program’s offensive coordinator Todd Monken is apparently getting interest from the NFL. 

Monken has one of the biggest contracts in college football, but according to one reporter, NFL teams are interested in the Georgia offensive coordinator. 

“One college coach I'm hearing has garnered NFL OC interest from teams this cycle: Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken,” ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler tweeted Monday. “(Monken) has had a successful run with the national champion Bulldogs and is also former OC of Bucs and Browns.”

Monken earns more than $2 million after a 60% raise following the Bulldogs’ 2021 national title. That raise was a $750,000 raise. The Bulldogs have lost only three times with Monken as offensive coordinator - two of which were against Alabama. 



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Still, those three losses pale in comparison to Georgia’s two national titles under Monken. Georgia finished the 2022 season going 15-0, and scoring over 40 points in nine games - including averaging 52.3 points in the program’s final three games of the season. 

Monken has overseen one of the wildest rides in terms of signal callers in Georgia history. The Bulldogs started three quarterbacks in 2020 and two in 2021 before starting only former walk-on Stetson Bennett in 2022. 

Monken is expected to continue to develop quarterbacks Carson Beck, Brock Vandagriff and Gunner Stockton this spring. 



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