From his time as Georgia’s quarterback through his tenure as the Bulldogs’ offensive coordinator, Mike Bobo is familiar with fan expectations. Aside from a team’s head coach, are there any two roles on a team under more scrutiny than those of the play-caller and the signal-caller?
Well now Bobo has inked a splashy new multi-year contract that will bump his pay up $240,000 to $575,000. He knows what that will do for expectations… and he says he doesn’t care:
“There’s going to be critics this year the first time we punt. That’s part of it. I’m worried about how the guys in my room and the guys on offense respond when I walk in that room and respond to us as coaches and how they perform and play for us as a team and the University of Georgia. That’s really the only thing I’m concerned about.”
Here’s how Bobo’s offense’s have finished since his first full-season as a play-caller back in 2007:
|Year||SEC Rank in Total Offense||SEC Rank in Scoring Offense|