Georgia has added two support staffers to its football program.
The Bulldogs have brought on Dallas Crawford to its football coaching staff in a support role. Crawford, who played at Miami from 2011-15, began his career as a running back but switched to defensive back prior to his junior season. He was elected a team captain prior to his final year season in 2015.
Crawford's hiring went into affect Monday, according to a document obtained by The Telegraph via the state's Open Records Act.
Georgia also hired Jacob Stroot to be its new director of football technology. The Bulldogs are paying Stroot $125,000 to perform this role for the football program. His hiring went into effect March 1.
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These two hires are the latest in support staff additions and raises for current coaches. Recently, Georgia added offensive assistant Jay Johnson, a former offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Minnesota.
The Bulldogs also gave raises to strength and conditioning coordinator Scott Sinclair ($220,000 to $300,000), running backs coach Dell McGee ($275,000 to $350,000), defensive coordinator Mel Tucker ($850,000 to $900,000), inside linebackers coach Glenn Schumann ($250,000 to $275,000) and offensive line coach Sam Pittman ($650,000 to $660,000).
Georgia also recently replaced defensive line coach Tracy Rocker with Tray Scott, who is earning a salary of $400,000.