On The Quad: SEC powers to lose top DCs?

The Gators and the Bulldogs have coordinators in demand. Dave Miller

Print This January 17, 2013, 01:00 PM EST
The Gators and the Bulldogs have coordinators in demand.

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Is the SEC on the verge of losing two of college football's finest defensive coordinators?

With a few prime DC vacancies in the NFL this offseason, Florida's Dan Quinn and Georgia's Todd Grantham are being heavily pursued by a couple of NFL teams looking to fill those positions.

Quinn is reportedly a candidate to return to Seattle, where the Seahawks are trying to replace Gus Bradley, who is the new head coach of Jacksonville. Grantham, meanwhile, is being pursued by new Philadelphia head coach Chip Kelly.

Check out the latest installment of the On The Quad podcast to find out what the chances are that the Gators and the Bulldogs will be looking to fill their DC roles in the next few days.

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