Friday, August 28, 2015

"Is Mark Richt too decent to win a national championship?"

This article is a little difficult to get through, mostly because it discusses at length the feelings after such devastating losses in the Dome 2012 and on the plains in 2013. And it asks a lot of age old questions as to the dichotomy of virtue and today's college football.

Personally, I understand some Georgia fans' frustration with not getting on the national stage and the elite media pointing to their coach's squeaky clean aura. But I don't doubt Richt's devotion to winning anymore than I doubt his devotion to God.

Or as his own brother in law is quoted in Swaminathan's article...
“I don’t even like playing cards with the guy anymore,” Hynes says.
Interesting read. And the further along in Mark Richt's tenure the more the question is going to come up as to the lasting legacy of the Georgia Bulldogs most successful football coach.