Former Clemson OC Brandon Streeter Reportedly Lands at Georgia

Brandon Streeter has a new job. 

The former Clemson offensive coordinator who was fired by Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney in January will be an offensive analyst with reigning-national champion Georgia in 2023. 

According to a report from DawgsHQ, Streeter is joining the staff along with former Texas A&M OC Darrell Dickey. 

They replace Mike Bobo, who was promoted to offensive coordinator after Todd Monken left for the Baltimore Ravens, and Buster Faulkner, who took Georgia Tech’s OC job. 

Streeter has continued living in the area since his dismissal at Clemson. He worked for Swinney since 2014, serving as the quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator before being elevated to OC in 2022 when Tony Elliott left to take the head coaching job at Virginia. 

Under Streeter, Clemson made strides offensively from the previous season, going from 82nd nationallhy in 2021 to 30th in 2022 in points per game. 

But the passing game’s production and development continued to be an issue for the second consecutive season, so Swinney made the decision just days after TCU lost to Georgia in the national title game to bring Horned Frogs OC Garrett Riley to Clemson to replace Streeter as the playcaller and QB coach. 

Streeter also played quarterback at Clemson from 1995-1999. 

“I know we put a statement out and all that stuff but really just publicly be able to thank Brandon Streeter,” Swinney said last month. “I mean, he’s a first class person. He is a true Clemson man, and he did a fantastic job, a fantastic job for the Clemson Tigers and worked tirelessly to make us better and he made us better.”

Streeter joins an experienced and accomplished staff at Georgia, which has won the College Football Playoff in back-to-back seasons. He’ll serve in an off-the-field role and work for Bobo, who previously coached against Streeter at South Carolina.

Want to join in on the discussion? 100% FREE! Interact with fellow Tiger fans and hear directly from publisher Zach Lentz, deputy editor Brad Senkiw, recruiting analyst Jason Priester and staff writer Will Vandervort on any subject. Click here to become a member of the ALL CLEMSON message board community today!
Do us a HUGE favor and like, subscribe and follow us on social media:
►LIKE us on Facebook:
►FOLLOW All Clemson on Twitter:

0 0 votes
Article Rating

Leave a Reply

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
%d bloggers like this: