Former Alabama strength and conditioning coach and University of Georgia special teams coordinator Scott Cochran has reportedly stepped away from the Bulldog program. Cochran left Alabama for Georgia to take an on-field coaching role in the spring of 2020.
Alabama’s football staff took a major blow last week when head strength and conditioning coach Scott Cochran decided to leave the program to become Georgia’s new special teams coordinator. Coach Nick Saban now must hire a replacement for a staff member who has been with the program for the last 13 years.
Scott Cochran is leaving Alabama to join the University of Georgia coaching staff according to Cecil Hurt. Cochran was an original member of the Nick Saban coaching staff at Alabama, assuming the role of head strength and conditioning coach since 2007. Cochran is the architect of the Tide’s offseason spring training routine known as the “Fourth Quarter Program.” He will fill Georgia’s last remaining on-field coaching position, becoming the Bulldog’s Special Teams Coordinator.
Former All-American lineman for Alabama Mike Johnson joins The Game with Ryan Fowler to discuss Cochran's importance to Alabama and can Jonah Williams fill the void for Bradley Bozeman in the offensive line.