Thursday, October 23, 2014

Team, then Gurley.

The more you read, the more you like. Take this nugget from Emerson for instance:
The reason Gurley didn't practice the day he was suspended was because Richt gave him the choice, and Gurley worried he would be a distraction.
"He wanted the coaches to at least for one practice to do whatever we needed to do to get the other guys ready to go," Richt said. "But the next week he was ready to be there. I think it was good medicine for him."
Personally, I'm well past the "he was being selfish" comments. Well past. After reading that quote from Richt it's clear that Gurley puts his team first.