© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart announced the hiring of new offensive line coach Stacy Searels on Monday.

Searels was previously the Bulldogs offensive line coach from 2007-2010 and spent the last three years as North Carolina's offensive line coach.

After four seasons playing professionally, Searels started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Auburn, his alma mater, in 1992. He tutored the offensive line at Appalachian St. (1994-2000), Cincinnati (2001-02), LSU (2003-06) and Georgia (2007-10) before spending three years with Coach Mack Brown at Texas (2011-13), including one season as the Longhorns' assistant head coach. Searels spent five seasons in the ACC before coming to Carolina, coaching the offensive line at Virginia Tech (2014-15) and Miami (2016-18).

Carolina's 2021 offense continued to show why it is one of the most productive in the nation. Despite the departure of four NFL Draft picks, the Tar Heels posted 35.2 ppg (19th NCAA/3rd ACC) and 468.2 ypg (10th NCAA/3rd ACC), while leading the ACC (17th NCAA) in rushing yards with 2,763. It marks the second consecutive season that UNC led the ACC in rushing yards. Searels and the offensive line have helped produce the most 1,000-yard rushers nationally over the last three seasons with five.
Filed Under: Georgia Sports


user avatar
not a good hire at all
Reply21 months
Popular Stories