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Georgia DC Todd Grantham is headed to Louisville

Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
According to sources, Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham will leave the team to take the same position at Louisville. Per ESPN:
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Grantham will receive a 5-year guaranteed contract worth $1 million per year, the source said.

Grantham was defensive coordinator at Georgia for four seasons, installing a 3-4 scheme that led to increased sacks and takeaways.
Looks like Bobby Petrino is building up his staff to get ready for ACC play next year. Now who do the Bulldogs go after to replace Grantham?
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87BAMAGRAD - 16 months ago
Marion Campbell. Unless he's dead. Then Jerry Glanville.
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Voorhies7 - 16 months ago
The shite you say.
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