Mike Bobo certainly won't deny that getting a three-year contract worth $575,000 per year isn't a comforting feeling.
But otherwise, nothing else will change.
In his first comments since head coach Mark Richt announced his offensive coordinator was getting a three-year extension, Bobo said while he's certainly grateful to the University, its business as usual as far as he's concerned.
"There's no question, to have security in this business is always something you can feel good about, but at the same time, I've got a job to do this year so it's not like we're all set and good to go," Bobo said. "All I'm worried about is getting better today and getting better the next. My mindset hasn't changed with anything. I appreciate it. I told them thank you and went back to work."
Bobo was given the bump and extension after the Bulldogs set a school record in points scored with 529.
Other schools took notice.
In fact, according to the Newport News, back in February, Virginia Tech offered Bobo its offensive coordinator's position and even sent a plan to Athens to pick the Bulldog coach up and carry him back to Blacksburg.
He declined comment when asked after practice on Tuesday.
"I'd rather not get into any of that," Bobo said. "I'm at Georgia right now and this is where I plan to be for a long time."
However, Bobo did concede that interest from other programs happens a lot more than the general public might think.
"There's always people calling and putting out feelers but that's just part of the business. I think it happens a lot," he said. "You're really not interested in it getting out there and I wasn't happy it got out there about that deal, either."
Other reports had Bobo linked to the head coaching job at Southern Miss.
"Coach Richt says it every year to have enthusiasm for the job you have, and that's really what I try to do," Bobo said. "If something comes up I'm interested in, I'll look at it, if not I won't. That's really the personal business between me and my family. Other than that, my job is to have Georgia ready to go the best I can and that's what I try to do every day."
For Bobo, the extension and raise puts him more on par with other top offensive coordinators in the SEC, something his former critics probably never saw coming as recently as two years ago.
But the former Bulldog quarterback said he didn't need a raise to feel justified and understands that people who support you now could change their mind at any time.
"There's going to be critics this year the first time we play. That's part of it," Bobo said. "All I'm worried about are the guys in my room, how the guys on offense respond when I walk in that room, how they respond to us as coaches, how they perform and play for us as a team and the University of Georgia. That's the only concern I ever have."