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The college football world was stunned this past offseason when legendary Alabama head coach Nick Saban announced his retirement. Following Saban’s departure, only three active head coaches remain with a national championship to their names: Mack Brown of North Carolina, Dabo Swinney of Clemson, and Kirby Smart of Georgia.

While Brown, due to his age, is anticipated to be the next iconic coach to retire, speculation about Kirby Smart’s future has also emerged. At just 48 years old, Smart’s retirement doesn’t seem imminent.

Rusty Mansell, a Georgia Bulldogs insider for On3, shared insights on the “That SEC Podcast,” suggesting that Smart’s family, particularly his children, might influence his future decisions. However, Mansell doesn’t foresee Smart stepping down anytime soon.

“I wonder if five or six years down the line, what Kirby does with his son playing football,” Mansell said. “Does he say, ‘Hey, I’m going to watch my kid play.’ Guys like Saban, Kirby, Heupel—they are just wired to do this. They don’t cut grass, can’t start a green egg, can’t change a car tire. They just aren’t wired to do that.”

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Mansell believes there won’t be many coaches like Bobby Bowden and Nick Saban who coach into their 70s, but with Smart being 22 years away from that milestone, it seems he will remain a fixture at Georgia for the foreseeable future.

Smart boasts an impressive record of 94-16 over his eight seasons with the Bulldogs, leading them to their first national championship since 1980 and securing back-to-back CFP National Championships in 2021-22. Under his leadership, Georgia has also won two SEC championships and six SEC East division titles.

For fans of other teams, it appears the Bulldogs, under Smart’s guidance, will continue to be a dominant force in college football for years to come.

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