26 Oct

Georgia Has Reportedly Offered A Top Offensive Coordinator

first_imgKirby Smart celebrating after a Georgia football game.JACKSONVILLE, FL – OCTOBER 28: Georgia Bulldogs head coach Kirby Smart celebrates after a game against the Florida Gators at EverBank Field on October 28, 2017 in Jacksonville, Florida. Georgia defeated Florida 42-7. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)Georgia football is coming close to filling the major holes on its staff.The Bulldogs lost defensive coordinator Mel Tucker earlier this winter. He is the new head coach for the Colorado Buffaloes.Earlier today, Oakland Raiders’ defensive backs coach Derrick Ansley was named as a candidate. He spent years on staff at Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee.Two internal candidates—Dan Lanning and Glenn Schuman—are involved as well.The offensive coordinator situation has been more surprising. Tennessee made a big move in hiring away Dawgs’ OC Jim Chaney.Georgia may do the same to a third SEC East team. On Wednesday, SB Nation CFB insider Steven Godfrey reported that Kentucky’s Eddie Gran is “a name to watch” in the search.He may be the name to watch, as it turns out.According to a new report, Eddie Gran has been offered the Georgia football offensive coordinator job.Kentucky Sports Radio is reporting contract details and more on what Gran would be taking on:A source tells KSR that UK Offensive Coordinator Eddie Gran was offered the position of Offensive Coordinator at Georgia under Kirby Smart in the last 24 hours. Smart has offered Gran total control of the Offense and a salary of at least $1.1 million.According to USA Today, Gran made over $850,000 in base pay this season, with the chance at over $141,000 in bonuses. The $1.1 million, and the chance to coach a national title-caliber team, has to be an enticing opportunity for Gran.Chaney made $950,000, with a max bonus of $234,000, according to USA Today.[Kentucky Sports Radio]last_img read more

2 Oct

PODCAST Information session for Goodman international exchange approaching

This week on Good Morning Goodman, hosts Susan LeBlanc and Amanda Malkiewich invite Goodman School of Business students to an information session on international exchange opportunities Nov. 8 at 5 p.m. in Sankey Chambers.Students who have previously participated in an international exchange will be at the event to share their stories and experiences.The How to Get a Job in Human Resources event, hosted by the Goodman Career Development Office, is set for Nov. 24 at 5-7 p.m. Registration opens on Nov. 7 on CareerZone for this event which is being held as part of the annual How to Get a Job series. Students who hold executive positions for Goodman student clubs or associations or who are registered members of the Goodman Human Resource Management Association (HRMA) can pre-register for the event. All event details are on CareerZone.Students are also reminded to register for the Niagara Young Entrepreneur Kick-Off Weekend which will take place this weekend Nov. 4-6 and for the Goodman BSA Fashion Show which is Nov. 12.0:15 – Happy Halloween1:20 – Career Chats1:42 – Goodman Goes International2:42 – How to Get a Job in Human Resources3:02 – Fall Preview Day3:53 – Niagara Young Entrepreneur Kick-Off Weekend4:34 – Goodman BSA Fashion Show5:14 – Construction Update read more