Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach, Georgia Bulldogs
Jim Chaney is a seasoned coach with experience at Tennessee, Arkansas and more.
Chaney’s approaching 30 years of coaching experience and is entering his second season as the Razorbacks’ offensive coordinator under Bret Bielema. Prior to teaming up with Bielema, Chaney left the NFL after two years with the St. Louis Rams and spent four seasons at Tennessee where he helped Tyler Bray develop into one of the SEC’s top passers.
Prior to his NFL stint in 2008, Chaney worked as Purdue’s offensive coordinator for nearly a decade. He was Drew Brees’ top mentor during his time with the Boilermakers.
|Offensive Coordinator||Georgia Bulldogs||2016-Present|
|Offensive Coordinator||Pittsburgh Panthers||2015-2015|
|Offensive Coordinator||Arkansas Razorbacks||2013-2014|
|Interim Head Coach||Tennessee Volunteers||2012|
|Offensive Coordinator||Tennessee Volunteers||2009-2012|
|Tight Ends Coach||St. Louis Rams||2008|
|Assistant Offensive Line Coach||St. Louis Rams||2006-2007|
|Offensive Coordinator||Purdue Boilermakers||1997-2005|
|Offensive Line Coach/Recruiting Coordinator||Wyoming Cowboys||1995-1996|
|Graduate Assistant||Wyoming Cowboys||1993-1994|
|Assistant Coach||Cal State Fullerton Titans||1985-1992|