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Former Bucs offensive coordinator Todd Monken headed to Georgia

Tampa Bay’s former play-caller will be designing game plans for the Bulldogs against the Florida Gators next season.
Todd Monken spent two seasons in Tampa Bay, the last as offensive coordinator, before being dismissed along with the rest of head coach Dirk Koetter's staff after the 2018 season.
Todd Monken spent two seasons in Tampa Bay, the last as offensive coordinator, before being dismissed along with the rest of head coach Dirk Koetter's staff after the 2018 season.
Published Jan. 17
Updated Jan. 17

Todd Monken is headed back to the SEC.

The former Bucs offensive coordinator is headed to the University of Georgia in the same role, according to published reports.

Monken’s previously served one-year stints as offensive coordinator in Tampa Bay and Cleveland. Both led to the dismissal of head coaches.

He was Dirk Koetter’s wide receivers coach and offensive coordinator beginning in 2016 and didn’t call plays until 2018. In Cleveland, Monken and head coach Freddie Kitchens were fired after the Browns’ disappointing 6-10 finish this season.

In his last stint as a collegiate offensive coordinator, Monken called plays for Oklahoma State’s 2012 Big 12 championship team that sported one of the nation’s best offenses. Monken also served as an offensive assistant at LSU under Les Miles.

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