Bobo mum on interest from other programs

Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, a finalist for the Broyles Award for the nation’s top assistant coach, declined to comment on whether he has interviewed for any other jobs since the end of the season.

He did say that he would like to be a head coach eventually.

“You aspire to run your own program one day,” Bobo said. “Just constantly trying to learn and get better. If stuff like that happens, it happens. If not, I’m just really worried about what I can control, and that’s coaching here right now.”

A couple of Bobo’s offensive assistants are spreading out on social media, but Bobo is moving at a slower pace.

“I think some guys are on Twitter,” Bobo said. “Not me. I just learned how to do the Facebook thing. I’m not on Twitter yet. … It’s a way to communicate (with recruits) and keep in contact with what they’re saying. It’s another means to communicate with the guys and stay in touch with them.”

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