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Alabama offensive line coach Brent Key has left the staff in Tuscaloosa to be the offensive line coach, assistant head coach and run-game coordinator at Georgia Tech.

Key spent the past three years at Alabama coaching the offensive line. Per AL.com:
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Key on Saturday at Alabama’s CFP championship media day denied having any contact with Georgia Tech in an interview with AL.com. He said he was surprised to see a report in the AJC that stated he was expected to leave for a job on new Tech coach Geoff Collins’ staff.

Key spent three years at Alabama coaching the offensive line after an 11-year run as an assistant at UCF.

A Trussville native, Key was a four-year starter on Georgia Tech’s offensive line from 1997-2001.

Filed Under: Alabama Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

Comments

3 Comments
Rats off a sinking ship. Saban's tyrannical behavior is wearing thin in T-town.
Reply2 months
This! The Bama-decline will happen faster that any of us can imagine. Stay tuned! Good times ahead!
2 months
Going back to his alma mater. Good for him. Saban loses another good one. Good for us. Wish him all the best in his new job.
Reply2 months
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