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Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo has agreed to be the head coach at Colorado State. Per ESPN:
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Bobo's deal is expected to be for five years, a source told Schad.

Colorado State feels Bobo's recruiting plan, personality and demeanor are an excellent fit for the program.

The Rams' previous head coach, Jim McElwain, was hired by the Gators this offseason to fill the same role at Florida.
Bobo joined the Bulldogs in 2001 and was named offensive coordinator in 2007.
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Likely coach Richt will do both jobs.
Reply92 months
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Hey dawgs, yall go get Scott Loeffler from Virgina Tech. Yeah. Thats the ticket. Love, all the Auburn fans.
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