I just don't see him going too far from the state of Georgia. That's his bread & butter when it comes to HS connections and recruiting. I think if Spurrier leaves next year, Kirby will probably try to land that job. GaTech could be open if/when they decide the Paul Johnson project just isn't going to cut it these days in a BCS conference. His buyout will be low and they can offer up enough $$ to make Kirby interested (I think Johnson makes close to $2.5 million per right now).
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