By: Fletcher Keel | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
January 20, 2020
ATHENS, Ga. (WCTV) -- Former Valdosta State quarterback Buster Faulkner has been added to Georgia's coaching staff, according to a report from Dawgs247.
Dawgs247 says it's not yet known what what position Faulkner will take, but that it'll likely be in a quality control/analyst type of role off field.
Faulkner passed for 4,213 yards and 44 touchdowns with the Blazers over three seasons.
He earned first-team all-Gulf South Conference honors as a sophomore after throwing for 3,826 yards and 41 touchdowns as part of a 14-1 campaign and a DII runner up campaign in 2001.
Since joining the coaching ranks, Faulkner has been an assistant coach or coordinator at Middle Tennessee, Arkansas State and Southern Miss.
To read the full report from Dawgs247, click here.