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Hines Wards interviews for NFL head coaching job

SystemSystem Posts: 7,416 admin
edited January 2022 in Article commenting
imageHines Wards interviews for NFL head coaching job

Former UGA great Hines Ward has always said that he wants to return to his alma mater to coach with the Bulldogs.

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  • rtparkerivrtparkeriv Posts: 89 ✭✭✭ Junior
    edited January 2022

    Who would be better if Hankton leaves, Hines Ward or Terrence Edwards?

  • David1David1 Posts: 676 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Ward. So much more NFL experience.

  • 78Dawg78Dawg Posts: 163 ✭✭✭ Junior

    He's played many positions. Hope he gets his shot. Can't stand Bama but Greg McElroy would be a brilliant coach and probably will be.

  • 1SICemDAWGS11SICemDAWGS1 Posts: 1,752 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Best of luck Hines! A DGD if there ever was one.. Wish you all the success you earn!

  • UGADad20UGADad20 Posts: 1,657 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited January 2022

    UGA is not hiring Hines Ward as WR coach. 1) he is interviewing for HC positions. 2) He is very high profile and would overshadow CKS and the UGA program (a program that thrives on team and shuns individuality) 3) college football coaches work 24/7/365. You must have incredible energy and hunger. Pampered, successful former professional athletes don't usually bring that kind of work ethic to their post pro careers.

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