Today, in whatever happened to?

Former Georgia linebacker coach returns to the SEC (h/t):

Former Vanderbilt linebackers coach Warren Belin has been hired in his old position, debuting at spring practice Monday.

Belin was the Commodores’ linebacker coach from 2002-09 under head coach Bobby Johnson. He will serve as the new outside linebackers coach under current head coach Derek Mason…

I thought he was a good position coach in Athens, but where I really thought he shined was with his special teams work.  Too bad Smart didn’t grab him as an analyst last season.

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8 responses to “Today, in whatever happened to?

  1. Cojones

    … and then there’s Ekeler.

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  2. W Cobb Dawg

    I liked Belin and was sorry to see him leave. No question he’s a far superior coach compared to Beamer.

    Beamer’s another example of a guy who wouldn’t be in the game if it weren’t for the accomplishments of his pappy. What Kirby sees in him I can’t fathom.

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    • Bulldog Joe

      Would not be surprised if special teams is a mismatch in Vanderbilt’s favor in Nashville. Even more so than it was for them last year in Athens.

      Just hope their offense coughs a few turnovers up to us to compensate.

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