Mike Bobo to interview for head coaching position at Colorado State


The Georgia Bulldogs experienced big-time success on the offensive side of the ball in 2014, and it appears that at least one program outside of Athens took significant notice. Seth Emerson of the Macon Telegraph is now reporting that Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo will interview for the vacant head coaching position with the Colorado State Rams.

Bobo has often been criticized for unimaginative play-calling in Athens, but the results have been undeniable. The Bulldogs put up gaudy totals offensively this season against quality competition, and they did it without a “blue chip” quarterback at their disposal. There were also some high-profile missteps, including the early-season tendency to get away from Todd Gurley, but Bobo’s resume is a strong one.

This report is interesting on many levels, but former Colorado State head coach Jim McElwain is now in Gainesville as the head man for the Florida Gators and he must be replaced. It is important to note that no indication exists listing Mike Bobo as the front-runner, but the fact that he has been linked to the job is certainly noteworthy.

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