Kentucky Offensive Coordinator Eddie Gran is returning for another season with the Wildcats, despite some heavy interest from the SEC foe Georgia Bulldogs.
Gran was the center of speculation as a top candidate for Georgia’s opening vacancy at offensive coordinator, but last night, Gran put an end to the speculation telling the Big Blue Nation on Twitter that he was here to stay.
Gran has been the subject of some criticism from fans for play-calling decisions but it shows how highly he is thought of outside Lexington that Kirby Smart felt like Gran would be a good fit as a coach on a team that will no doubt contend for the SEC Championship and a spot in the College Football Playoff next year.
I admit, some calls have frustrated me but overall, I think Gran is still a really solid offensive coordinator and we should be happy that he’s decided to stay in Lexington.
Tweets of the Day
YES!!!!!!!!— Terry Wilson (@TerryTouchdown3) January 11, 2019
Tweeted not long after Gran’s announcement.
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