Mike Bobo is officially back as Georgia’s offensive coordinator.

Bobo, who was a quality control analyst last season, has a long history at Georgia and across the SEC.

Bobo was quarterback for the Bulldogs from 1994-97 and was an on-field coach for the program for 14 seasons. Bobo spent the 2021 season as offensive coordinator at Auburn. He worked in 2020 at South Carolina as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach after his five-year stint as head coach at Colorado State. Bobo previously was Georgia’s OC during the Mark Richt era.

Kirby Smart announced on Tuesday that Bobo has accepted the role of offensive coordinator for Georgia’s football program for the second time in his career after offensive coordinator/quarterbacks after Todd Monken accepted a similar spot with the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday.

Monken finished a three-year stint that saw the Bulldogs win back-to-back national championships thanks to an offense that scored 38.6 points per game in 2021 and one that averaged 41.1 this past season.

“We are extremely thankful and appreciative of the three years Todd and his wife, Terri, have spent with our UGA family,” Smart said. “We wish them the best as he moves on to the Ravens organization.”

“I am excited to name Mike Bobo our next Offensive Coordinator. Mike has a decade of experience as a successful SEC play-caller and over 20 years spent at UGA, both as a player and coach. Mike was an excellent addition to our staff last year as an analyst, and we are looking forward to his expanded leadership on the offensive side of the ball.”