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Sunday September 26, 2010

It’s a line you’re going to hear a lot over the next few weeks:

“We just, at times, called a couple running plays just blindly and just said, ‘Hey we’re going to run this no matter what,’ ” he said. “There times when we had success and some times we got hit in the mouth because of the pressures they brought. And again, until you look at the film, it’s going to be hard to say exactly. They did a nice job defensively.”

A coach who built his reputation as the offensive coordinator of one of the most successful teams of the 1990s now has a team that couldn’t come up with a way to out-scheme a first-year defensive coordinator from MTSU.

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  • Being a past Dawg athlete, it really disappoints me to go from one mediocre coach- The Dooley years, where Ga was always good enough, never great- To Richt, who should be a Christian family counselor , not football coach in the S.E.C. . Again Ga. should be in the company of Fla., Alabama, L.S.U. – but no, we are relegated to being like say a Minnesota in the Big Ten, never gonna win the big one, just be satisified to have winning seasons, once every 10 years beat Florida, Tenn. or similar talent. Urban Meyer , Tenn. coaching , Les Meyers, etc. etc. all have solid coaching, Michigan, Ohio State, Boise State, they face adversity and win, they have several great players out, they win, consistently. We change 10 coaches, brag about the best recruiting classes in the country, and still are mediocre. Hope the new U.Florida athletic director takes this sorry football program by the horns , and gets Thee University of Georgia to the rightful place it should be.

  • The coaching staff as a whole is an utter disaster that has no clue what they are doing and they show it more and more as we play

    What a laughingstock