In his first year back as Quarterbacks Coach/Offensive Coordinator for the Bulldogs, Bobo has Georgia ranked in the top 10 nationally in at least 10 offensive categories, including sixth in Total Offense (493.0 yds/g). Bobo has helped the 9-0 Bulldogs transition to first-year starting quarterback Carson Beck after Stetson Bennett led Georgia to back-to-back national titles in 2021-22. The team currently ranks seventh nationally in Completion Percentage (71 percent) with Beck in control. Behind Bobo’s guidance, the Bulldogs have started their SEC slate 6-0, including wins over No. 20 Kentucky and No. 12 Missouri and have featured a combined 94 points against the Wildcats and on the road versus Florida. Georgia’s 39.3 pts/g ranks 10th nationally as the Bulldogs quarterbacks have connected with 19 different receivers. Bobo has also helped manage an offensive line that lost two regular starters from 2022 and has had to move its starting LG (Xavier Truss) to RT after the original starter at RT (Amarius Mims) was lost to an ankle injury in Week 3. In addition, the Bulldog offense has had to pivot to a variety of weapons on offense after starting the season without WR Ladd McConkey (four games with a back injury) and missing All-American and 2022 Mackey Award winner Brock Bowers in the Bulldogs’ last two contests.