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Bruce Feldman with The Athletic is reporting that Georgia running back coach Dell McGee has emerged as a candidate for the head coach position at Georgia State.

The 50-year-old coach from Columbus, Georgia, has been with the Bulldogs since 2016. Per OnlineAthens:
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Feldman reported, according to sources close to the Georgia and Georgia State programs, that McGee is a serious candidate alongside Georgia Tech offensive coordinator Buster Faulkner. Feldman also said there may be another candidate, although it wasn't clear as to who.

McGee, should he get the job, would be the second Georgia assistant to become a head coach this offseason, joining former receivers coach Fran Brown, who's at Syracuse.

The Georgia State job was previously held by Shawn Elliott, who left to become the tight ends coach at South Carolina.
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TouchdownTony2 months
Not a good look for UGA.
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