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UGA associate head strength and conditioning coach for football Keith Gray has resigned from his position effective Feb. 29 to pursue "an opportunity in the NFL," according to documents obtained by Dawgs247.
Gray has worked with UGA's strength staff since 1999 and was promoted in 2003 to his current position.
"I love UGA and the time I have spent working here and living in Athens," Gray said in a e-mail sent to co-workers today. "This is a very special place to me, a place I consider home, and I cherish my time here."
More to come ...
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Here is Gray's UGA bio ...
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How will this effect our SC program or does Thomas brown get promoted
GO DAWGS !!!!!!!!
SIC 'EM WOOF WOOF WOOF WOOF !!!!!!!!!!!
Keith was a great representative for UGA..I have friends that went to Va. Tech with him and they hold him in high regard...Best of luck!
A big Thank you to Gray for his contribution to Georgia's success. Good luck in all your future endeavrs.
I'm not at all saying Keith Gray was bad or even that he wasn't good, but it's absolutely time to make an upgrade and get on par with the rest of the big boys in the SEC with our S&C staff.
Do it McGarity. Make it happen.
Here is the full story posted with comments from Keith ...
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