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Dawgs Hire Offensive Line Coach

January 7, 2007

Athens -- The Georgia football team has a new offensive line coach, hiring Stacy Searels from LSU.

Searels replaces Neil Callaway, who left to become the head coach at UAB.

Searels spent the last four years as offensive line coach at LSU.

He's a Rome, Georgia, native, and blocked for Bo Jackson while earning All-American honors at Auburn.

LSU's offense finished first in the SEC in total offense and scoring offense this past season, and was third in rushing and passing.

Searels coached five Tigers to NFL roster spots in his four years at the school.

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