Georgia special teams coordinator Scott Cochran has departed the program, according to a report.

UGASports’ Anthony Dasher was first to report that news on Wednesday morning. Dasher’s report, which cites program sources, says Cochran’s office was empty as of Wednesday morning.

Cochran joined Georgia in 2020 as the team’s special teams coordinator. Prior to being hired by the Bulldogs, he spent more than a decade as the strength and conditioning coach at Alabama.

Cochran took time away from Georgia’s program back in 2021 to “prioritize his mental health and well-being.” Cochran later returned to the program for the 2022 season. However, Cochran moved to an off-field role on UGA’s staff — while maintaining his special teams coordinator title — upon his return in 2022.

Cochran is a Louisiana native and a LSU alum. He worked at LSU early in his career. Cochran, 44, has been part of 8 national championship teams during his career at LSU, Alabama and Georgia.

It’s unclear if Georgia will hire from outside the program to replace Cochran or if the Bulldogs will look to make an internal promotion.