As Georgia gears up to go for a third straight national championship, head coach Kirby Smart is left to see how he and the Bulldogs can put themselves in the best position to do so.

Anyone who has watched Smart knows about his defensive background, being the coordinator under Alabama coach Nick Saban before taking the job at Georgia prior to the 2016 season. With that, one expects (and this has been the case) the Bulldogs to have a top defense, but the offense has become a nice compliment to help the team become title-caliber.

On the offensive side of the ball, a few coaches have left for other locales, and Smart has found a couple of replacements to soften the blow, according to Nick Kosko of

Per the report: “The Georgia Bulldogs added former Clemson offensive coordinator Brandon Streeter and Texas A&M and Memphis offensive coordinator Darrell Dickey to the staff. Both will serve in off-field roles. What they exactly will do under Kirby Smart remains to be seen.”

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Streeter was the OC at Clemson under coach Dabo Swinney for the 2022 season after being an assistant. The Tigers offense went from scoring 26.3 points per game in 2021 to 33.2 PPG under his direction.

Dickey has been to a few schools before landing in Texas A&M to be Jimbo Fisher’s OC, a role he had between 2018 and 2022. He also has head coaching experience, being the head man for North Texas from 1998-2006.

The moves by Smart are in an attempt to replace Tood Monken, who was the offensive coordinator for two championship seasons before taking the same position with the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens.