Former Georgia QB JT Daniels has officially made his transition into coaching...

According to Mike J. Asti of WV Sports Now (via A to Z Sports): "Former WVU (and also USC, Georgia, Rice) QB JT Daniels has landed his first coaching position. He will be a grad assistant on the staff at West Georgia."

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I'm definitely excited to get into coaching, that's for sure. I loved playing. I always knew one day I'd coach. I didn't think it would come this soon. But one day, I knew that's what I was going to be doing.
(The Spun)
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chalmetteowl1 month
We’ll see him as head coach of a random G5 team in three years
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Datbayoubengal1 month
He's going to be one of those coaches that leaves every year or every other year because he can't stay still for longer than a minute.
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Freon1 month
“Alright team I’m going out for a pack of cigarettes uh… I’ll be back”
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TerryDawg031 month
He had a crazy QB career.
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6R121 month
Bro, he might change his coaching spot 3 more times before the season like he did in college, 4 teams. Maybe he will "portal out" by mid summer? LOL
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