Georgia head coach Kirby Smart is beefing up his support staff as the Bulldogs go for a third straight title in 2023.

According to multiple reports, the Bulldogs are adding Brandon Streeter and Darrell Dickey — both coordinators at Power 5 schools last season — as analysts for the new year. was the first to report Streeter’s hire, and was the first to report Dickey’s hire.

Streeter served as Dabo Swinney’s offensive coordinator and play-caller last season. He was fired in January after just 1 season with the team and replaced with TCU’s Garrett Riley.

Streeter, 46, played quarterback at Clemson in the 90s and then returned as a graduate assistant in 2004. After a 6-year stint as Liberty’s offensive coordinator and quarterback coach and a 3-year stop at Richmond in the same role, he returned to Clemson in 2015 to serve as the program’s quarterbacks coach. During that time, he worked with Deshaun Watson and Trevor Lawrence.

He was promoted to passing game coordinator in 2020 and then handed the offensive coordinator title in 2022 after Tony Elliott left to coach Virginia.

Dickey, 63, was Jimbo Fisher’s offensive coordinator at Texas A&M, though he didn’t call plays. He landed in College Station in 2018 but was let go after last year’s struggles and replaced with Bobby Petrino.

He’s a football lifer — a quarterback at Kansas State and then in the NFL before turning to coaching in 1985. Dickey has worked at 10 different programs, including Mississippi State (1990) and LSU (1991-93). He has coached every skill position at some point, and he also has a 9-year stint on his résumé as the head coach at North Texas (1998-2006).