It’s been rumored for a while that he would be leaving, but at least he’s wound up reuniting with his former position coach.
That completes a pretty radical transformation of Georgia’s S&C staff.
… All of the assistants working under second-year coordinator Joe Tereshinski have left in the offseason: Keith Gray to the Philadelphia Eagles, Thomas Brown (another former Georgia player) to a coaching job at UT-Chattanooga, and Rex Bradberry for a job with the U.S. Special Forces.
John Kasay Jr., who had served in a part-time role on the staff, has also left.
Tereshinski has said that he didn’t force anybody out, that everybody left for a better job. But with the positions open, he hired experts who give the staff an entire new look:
- John Thomas, ,who ran Joe Paterno’s strength program at Penn State for two decades, was hired as associate director.
- Sherman Armstrong was hired as a speed coach.