Report: Alabama DC Kirby Smart to “get strong consideration” for UGA coaching vacancy
Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart will reportedly “get strong consideration” to replace Mark Richt as UGA’s head coach, Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports reported Sunday.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) November 29, 2015
Richt was removed Sunday morning, a move that was first reported by ESPN’s Mark Schlabach and later confirmed by the school.
Smart played at UGA from 1995-98 and was an assistant with the Bulldogs in 2005. He’s coached at Alabama since 2007, and has been the defensive coordinator since 2008.
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