Georgia could have to replace a key staffer very soon. According to a report from Bruce Feldman of Sports Illustrated, wide receivers coach James Coley is expected to become the offensive coordinator at Texas A&M.
I'm hearing that Dameyune Craig, who played QB for Jimbo Fisher at Auburn is expected to follow his old coach to #TAMU as offensive assistant, probably coaching WRs. Ex #Miami OC James Coley, now at #UGA, is expected to end up as #TAMU's OC, working with Jimbo again.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 7, 2017
Coley has spent the past two seasons with the Bulldogs after serving as Miami’s offensive coordinator. Texas A&M hired Jimbo Fisher to be its head coach last Friday. Coley has a number of ties to the South Florida area. Coley was also the offensive coordinator at Florida State from 2010-12.
Dameyune Craig was also formerly the wide receivers coach at Auburn and LSU. This past season he was a quality control coach at Florida State.
Georgia is set to host Texas A&M in 2019.
Coley isn’t the only Georgia assistant with his name in the news, as outside linebackers coach Kevin Sherrer has been linked to potential openings at both Tennessee and at Alabama.
Georgia is set to play in the College Football Playoff, as the Bulldogs will take on Oklahoma. The game will be played on Jan. 1.