Bobo is coming off another stellar year in terms of offensive production. The Bulldogs lead the SEC with a 41.7 point-per-game average. That average is the most in Georgia football history by nearly four points.
Colorado State is reportedly interviewing a slew of candidates. Bobo, if he were to stay at Georgia, could be in line for a significant pay raise. He currently ranks 40th among college football assistant coaches in pay according to USA Today. His $575,000 pay annually is behind Jeremy Pruitt's $850,000.