Georgia OC Todd Monken to interview with Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken will interview for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vacant offensive coordinator place subsequent week, based on ESPN’s Jenna Laine.

Monken held the identical place for the Buccaneers from 2016-2018.

It’s no secret that Monken’s success in Athens has garnered consideration from the NFL. Monken has been named in a number of NFL coordinator searches in his time at Georgia.

The Bulldogs 2022 offense was top-of-the-line in Bulldogs historical past. Georgia completed fifth within the nation in whole offense gaining 501 yards per recreation whereas placing up 41.1 factors per recreation, which additionally ranked fifth nationally.

Monken talked about his place at UGA the week main as much as the Peach Bowl win.

“Sooner or later in my profession I believed I knew precisely what I wished subsequent yr, in 5 years, in 10 years, actually what I wished. I don’t know if it’s simply getting outdated or the appreciation for the job you might have, however I don’t management alternatives that come my manner,” Monken mentioned. “I might by no means say by no means to something. I might by no means say no to something, however I like the place I’m at as a result of I consider we’re going to win and I consider within the head coach. So these are all large components in the place you resolve to remain as a coach.”

Monken served as offensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns in 2019 after his stint in Tampa Bay earlier than coming to Athens.

Monken is the highest-paid assistant coach in school soccer with a $2.01 million wage, per the most recent USA As we speak information.

Story originally appeared on UGA Wire

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