According to sources, Georgia Bulldogs offensive coordinator, Mike Bobo is expected to accept the job offer as the next head coach at Colorado State. Bobo is set to replace former Rams coach jum McElwain who left Colorado State to become head coach that the University of Florida. Bobo has nearly spent his entire career at the Georgia where he served as the offensive coordinator since 2007. Bobo was an important piece to the Bulldogs two SEC titles and the five SEC East Championships. During his tenure with Georgia, many consider Bobo responsible for recruiting top talents like Matthew Stafford, Aaron Murray, Nick Chubb, and many more. It will interesting to see how Bobo transitions to a leadership roll and if he can lead the Rams to another 10+ win season or even a College Football Playoff ticket next year.
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