Bryan McClendon

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Bryan McClendon (born December 28, 1983 in Atlanta, Georgia) is a college football running backs coach for the University of Georgia Bulldogs. He attended and played wide receiver at the University of Georgia and graduated in 2005. He was part of a senior class that won 44 games, the most in Georgia history. McClendon caught the game-winning touchdown pass from DJ Shockley with 3:18 left in Georgia's 14-7 win over Georgia Tech. After college he spent one summer with the Chicago Bears of the National Football League.[1] McClendon came to Georgia as a graduate assistant and was promoted to running backs coach when Tony Ball was moved to wide receivers coach[2] He is the son of former Bears running back Willie McClendon. He played high school football at Benjamin E. Mays High School in Atlanta, GA.

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