Georgia defensive co-ordinator Todd Grantham is going to Louisville, reports say.

ESPN’s Joe Schad, quoting sources, said Grantham will get $1m-per-year guaranteed on a five-year contract.

Grantham came to Georgia in 2010 after stints at Virginia Tech, Michigan State and in the NFL with Indianapolis, Cleveland and Dallas in varying assistant head coach positions.

In 2013 Georgia’s defence was 79th in the country in points conceded, 40th in run defense, 60th in passing yards allowed.

BOTTOM LINE: The biggest thing for the Bulldogs hasn’t been Grantham’s recruiting: He’s able to bring in some of the biggest talent in the SEC year after year. The biggest thing for the Bulldogs is how those players have played. The last two years has been missed tackle after missed tackle after missed tackle, and we’re surprised Grantham was not fired at the end of the 2013 season. But there we go.

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