Report: Former Georgia OC heading back to the NFL
Brian Schottenheimer’s one-year stop off in the SEC didn’t work out.
So it makes sense that the former Georgia offensive coordinator would entertain moving back to the NFL.
Here’s a report from NFL insider Adam Caplan on his possible new destination:
Source said to look for Brian Schottenheimer to join #Colts as QBs coach.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) January 17, 2016
A role on Chuck Pagano’s staff in Indianapolis would put Schottenheimer in charge of NFL superstar Andrew Luck.
The Bulldogs ranked eighth in the SEC with 377.2 total yards of offense per game during his lone season in Athens.
Prior to coming to Georgia, Schottenheimer enjoyed two extended stints as an NFL offensive coordinator. He was in the role with the Jets from 2006-11, and with the Rams from 2012-14.
New Georgia coach Kirby Smart has replace the Mark Richt hire with his own choice– Jim Chaney.
Most Bulldogs fans are likely happy with the chance of pace for 2016.