Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports
Former Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt is heading to Alabama to take the same position on Crimson Tide coaching staff.

He will replace Kirby Smart who left to become the head coach at Georgia. This will be Pruitt's second time on the Alabama coaching staff. Per CBSSports.com:
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Pruitt was the director of player development at Alabama from 2007-09 before taking over as defensive backs coach from 2010-12. He left Tuscaloosa in 2013 to become Florida State's defensive coordinator, where the Seminoles won a national title, before leaving for Georgia in 2014.
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vuvuzela - rustled even more than I thought. Sorry man. I really wasn't trying that hard and didn't expect a bama fan would be that incredibly sensitive. I guess there's always one, though. My bad. Congrats on Henry's Heisman, man. Now, that should make you all warm and fuzzy inside.
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vuvuzela - consider yourself rustled. No extra charge.
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Goldendawg, technically he coached at bama first, dumb ass.
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The rich get richer
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Interesting. Alabama all proud about getting Georgia's sloppy seconds.
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Tide keeps Rolling
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Homerun of course.
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