The Ravens have hired Georgia's Todd Monken as their next offensive coordinator, Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh announced on Tuesday.
We have hired Todd Monken to be our Offensive Coordinator. pic.twitter.com/tTtMNMRCMd— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) February 14, 2023
"We conducted 21 interviews with 14 candidates throughout a thorough process that had wide-ranging organizational involvement," Harbaugh said in an official statement from the Ravens' organization. "Todd's leadership and coaching acumen were evident from the beginning. He has a proven track record for designing and teaching offensive systems that allow players to succeed at the highest level. We're excited to get to work and begin building an offense that will help us compete for championships."
Monken has coached football for 34 years and had spent the past three seasons as Georgia's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, assisting head coach Kirby Smart en route to two national championships for the Bulldogs. Additionally, Monken has previously coached four years in the NFL, leading offensive attacks for the Tampa Bay Buccanneers (2016-18) and the Cleveland Browns (2019).
In Monken's three years in Athens, the Bulldogs had a top-25 offense nationally each season. In 2022, Georgia led the nation in total net yards (7,517) and total points (616) as Heisman Trophy finalist Stetson Bennett threw 27 touchdowns and rushed for 10 more scores en route to winning the Bulldogs’ second straight national championship.
According to multiple reports, Smart is already making moves to replace Monken's role within his staff, with Seth Emerson of The Athletic reporting that Mike Bobo will once again be Georgia's offensive coordinator. Bobo was previously a quarterbacks coach for the Bulldogs from 2001-06 before he was promoted to OC, a role he held from 2007-14 until he was hired as head coach at Colorado State. Bobo was an offensive analyst for the Bulldogs last season.
Mike Bobo will be Georgia's offensive coordinator again, replacing Todd Monken, multiple sources tell The Athletic.— Seth Emerson (@SethWEmerson) February 14, 2023