Kirby Smart’s run with the Bulldogs should be greatly admired for Georgia Football

About seven years ago, the University of Georgia decided to leave former head coach Mark Richt in search of a new face to represent the program. That decision then led to the hiring of former Georgia player and then-Alabama defense coordinator Kirby Smart.

Since then, Georgia has quickly risen to the top of college football. The Bulldogs have won five division titles, one conference championship, appeared in two national title fights and were crowned national champions a season ago. Smart currently holds an overall record of 77-15 and 48-9 in conference play. His team is also one win away from posting the program’s second consecutive undefeated regular season, in what would be a first in program history.