Monday, July 15, 2013

Georgia gives stregnth coach Joe Tereshinski Jr. a $50,000 raise.

Georgia has given longtime coaching staff member and current director of strength and conditioning Joe Tereshinski Jr. a raise. Tereshinski,  a former Bulldog player on staff in various positions since 1982 with family ties to the program, is getting a $50,000 pay raise, boosting his salary to $200,000 a year.

According to Athens Banner-Herald reporter Mark Weiszer, the Bulldogs "Georgia has reached the Southeastern Conference championship game in each of his two seasons running the strength program." Imagine what the Dawgs would have done if they had a real strength and conditioning coach.

(via The Athens Banner-Herald)

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