ESPN’s David Pollack on UGA Hiring Defensive Coordinator Jeremy Pruitt

ATHENS, GA – The University of Georgia announced former defensive coordinator Todd Grantham’s successor Tuesday afternoon. Jeremy Pruitt, now the former defensive coordinator for Florida State, will join the Bulldogs for the 2014 season. Pruitt coached the Florida State defensive for one year, helping lead the Seminoles to a BCS Championship win over the Auburn Tigers on Jan. 6. Grady Newsource’s Tanya Sichynsky spoke with former Bulldog and ESPN football analyst David Pollack on what impact he thinks Pruitt will have on a Bulldogs defense that allowed 375.5 yards per game in 2013.


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