What’s missing at Georgia? Absolutely nothing

 

 

The question was a sincere one from a young reporter who really wanted to know:

What’s missing at Georgia?

His point: The SEC has won four national championships since Mark Richt got to Georgia in 2001. None of them belonged to the Bulldogs. Florida has won two of the last three BCS titles. LSU won national championships in 2003 and 2007 and has won three SEC championships in the past eight years. Georgia was ranked No. 1 prior to the 2008 season and finished with a “disappointing” 10-3 record.

So he wanted to know what those programs have that Georgia doesn’t have.

I didn’t agree with the premise of the question but I wanted to give him an answer backed up with some facts. So I crunched a few numbers and came up with this answer: There is nothing missing at Georgia that a little perspective, and maybe an All-SEC defensive end or two, wouldn’t cure.

I do a weekly radio show out of Nashville (104.5 The Zone) and last Wednesday a caller asked me if Richt would be in trouble if he had another “disappointing” season. He was serious.

Now Mark Richt certainly doesn’t need me to make a case for him. But let’s all take a deep breath here and try to take some of the emotion of last season out of the process.

Here is what the top six football programs in the SEC have accomplished in the eight years that Mark Richt has been at Georgia:

Team————Wins—–SEC wins*—–SEC Champ—-BCS Bowls——-BCS titles

Georgia———-82———–46—————-2——————3——————-0

LSU—————-82———–45—————-3——————4——————-2

Florida————77———–46—————2——————-3——————-2

Auburn————71———–43————–1——————-1——————-0

Tennessee——–68———–42————–0——————-0——————-0

Alabama———-62————35————-0——————-1——————–0

*–Does not count SEC championship game appearances

Here is a look behind those numbers:

Nobody has won more games (82) and more conference games (46) in eight years than Richt. LSU is tied for total wins and Florida is tied for conference wins.

Only seven men in the history of Division I-A football have won 80 games in their first eight seasons as a head coach. Richt is one of those seven.

Only LSU, with three, has won more SEC championships in that span than Richt’s two. He has taken Georgia to the SEC championship game three times in eight seasons. Only LSU has been there more, with four appearances.

What about the national championships won by Florida and LSU while Georgia fans are still waiting for their first since 1980? Okay, that’s fair. But consider this: Winning a national championship is a function of being good but, in the BCS system, it is also a function of luck.

Auburn wasn’t lucky in 2004 despite being undefeated. Southern Cal and Oklahoma started the season ranked 1-2 and both went undefeated. They finished ahead of Auburn and the Tigers didn’t get the chance to play for the title.

In 2006 Florida was ranked No. 4 on championship Saturday but caught a break when No. 2 Southern Cal lost to UCLA. Florida jumped over No. 3 Michigan and into the championship game with Ohio State. If Southern Cal takes care of business, the Gators go to the Sugar Bowl and don’t win Urban Meyer’s first national championship.

In 2007 LSU began championship Saturday ranked No. 7. But losses by No. 1 Missouri and No. 2 West Virginia opened the door and LSU vaulted to No. 2. LSU proved it was the best team in the country when it trounced Ohio State in the BCS championship game. But if either Missouri or West Virginia wins, LSU never gets that chance.

The point is that if a coach with all the resources he needs is not competing at the top of his conference, then he is fair game. Georgia fans should expect their program to play at the highest level and to compete for SEC championships on a regular basis. But if a coach is competing at the top of this conference, then championships become a function of injuries and breaks.

Now, should Georgia fans be concerned that Florida has won two of the last three national championships and will be just about everybody’s preseason No. 1 in 2009?

You bet. Based on what I saw in my two days last week in Gainesville, everybody in this league is going to have to step it up to keep pace with the Gators. And there is the challenge for Richt and every other coach in this league.

 Am I missing something here? If so, the floor is yours.

 

 

 

300 comments Add your comment

Wally Butts

April 21st, 2009
11:12 am

IF, IF, IF, LUCK, LUCK, LUCK. Wjhat other excuse are the Leg Humopers going to come up with.

IF Pigs could fly maybe UF doesn’t win 17 of 20 against Georgia. No ifs, ands, buts, or LUCK regarding that STAT.

Nice chart, but that includes the 3 years when Zook was at Florida. By the way, the Zooker went 2-1 against the mighty Richt.

You create your own luck. If the Gators don’t beat the Leg Humpers in 2006 and 2008 and all the other teams they beat, then they don’t jump anyone the last weekend. In both years they proved in the National Championship game that they belonged there. The Leg Humpers can’t even beat West Virginia.

So make all the excuses you want for Mark Richt. Until he can beat Florida on a consistent basis, he is going to be the 2nd or 3rd best in the SEC East. He barely got by Zook one year, and then beat Florida when they were rebuilding their defense. Florida isn’t going to ever have to rebuild again, they are just going to reload every year. John Brantley showed last Saturday what life after Tebow will look like and it doesn’t look good for the Leg Humpers.

Wally Butts

April 21st, 2009
11:14 am

Murfdawg, in fact, the Gators own the series against the Leg Humpers since 1950, and that includes the Dooley years. Go celebrate all those wins in the 20.s and 30.s when Hoover was president.

Vol4ever

April 21st, 2009
11:16 am

Mark Richt is a good coach who runs a good program. The problem for the SEC the past few years is Tim Tebow, he is a player above the rest. The SEC east is tough period. It will be interesting to see what happens when Tebow is no longer around. Give Forida their due they are simply the best team in the country. Alabama is loaded again this year, Georgia will be very good, LSU is there. We have made a change at Tennessee but I think it will better for the Vols in the future. As for GA Tech, your conference comes up way short to the SEC, and I would be worried about the game with Georgia this year if I were you.

Wonderful

April 21st, 2009
11:17 am

Tide rising – excellent post. You said it all.

Moorebuilder

April 21st, 2009
11:19 am

Coach Richt is an absolute class act. Georgia football now enjoys national prominence in part because of his work. A BCS title would be nice, but the overall character traits exhibited by this gentleman are much more valuable than a crystal football.

AltamahaDawg

April 21st, 2009
11:19 am

Remember when it use to be fun to follow college football and pull for your own team?

whitx2

April 21st, 2009
11:20 am

Smokey

Are those energized fans going to be on the feild taking hits that Bama, UGA and UF are going to put on you guys? It’s going to take alot of 76 yard FG’s to win games in the SEC.

TT44

April 21st, 2009
11:24 am

Yep, TB your are right, go back two seasons, the Dawgs have had no real luck with the BCS. Case and point Dawgs get to play Hawaii…and should have had an opportunity to play for the title. But, I firmly believe CMR will get it done @ UGA! He already is……listen, I hate loosing to F and Gtech too, but, as TB said a good D end or two would really make a difference on our past defenses. Time will Tell!

navairmike

April 21st, 2009
11:24 am

Speaking of needing luck and good fortune to win a national championship – apparantly no one remembers the string of amazing circumstances that took place during the 1980 season to get Georgia into the National Championship game. Georgia needed that year’s Heisman winning running back (George Rogers/SC) to fumble towards the end of a potential game winning drive. Georgia needed an incredible field goal to beat Clemson. Georgia needed the famous “Lindsey Scott-Lindsey Scott” play to beat Florida. Georgia Tech (of all schools) needed to tie Notre Dame towards the end of the season to put Georgia into the national championship game. Then, in the national championship game, Notre Dame needed to not field a kick-off, which Georgia recovered on Notre Dame’s 2 yard line. Tony’s absolute correct. You can have all the coaches and players you need, but you will also need some luck and good fortune.

north avenue

April 21st, 2009
11:24 am

Tech fan here, but I must say I am also respectful of your coach, CMR. He seems like an intelligent, honest, and good person. You should feel lucky you found him, though I will root against you in November!

Dean

April 21st, 2009
11:27 am

One dissapointing season and Georgia is down? After last year Florida was on the way down, heck, after the Ole Miss loss they were really worried about UF. Look where things are now. Florida is fine, Georiga is fine and not one of you can predict the future. You can try but you really can’t.

GeoffDawg

April 21st, 2009
11:33 am

Quite frankly, you know your program is in very good shape when a ten win season is labeled as a “disappointment”.

Bamafan

April 21st, 2009
11:37 am

Tony, I listen to the radio show in Nashville all the time. Coach Matthews has a good program and love to listen to you during the year. Coach Mark Richt is a wonderful football coach and yet better
human being. I would take him in a new york minute if Saban retires any time soon and goes to another school. The SEC has 3 of the best football coaches in America including Saban,Meyer and
Mark Richt. One question Tony have you been to any Stroud’s in Nashville yet? GO BAMA ROLL
TIDE!!

Wonderful

April 21st, 2009
11:39 am

GeoffDawg – Not when you are a preseason # 1. FL and AL took us to the woodshed. We barely squeeked by Auburn and Kentucky. Losing to Tech did not help either.

SuwaneeGator

April 21st, 2009
11:41 am

Jeff at 10:25 – Georgia has an 8 game lead all time, 46-38-2. Of course, even though Florida didn’t field it’s first official team until 1906, Georgia continues to try and count a 1904 game played against a bunch of frat boys. If the next decade goes like either of last two, that lead will be gone.

Halsey

April 21st, 2009
11:41 am

Just remember that UGA only had 1 loss on 2002. Every year Florida and LSU got into the title game they had at least 1 loss. UGA just happened to have 1 loss the year Ohio State and Miami finished their Big 10 and Big East schedules undefeated.

Cuz

April 21st, 2009
11:43 am

Hey Altamaha, remember when a ten win season was a reason for a parade or at least a big party on South Milledge?

AltamahaDawg

April 21st, 2009
11:43 am

The problem I have with the “missed his opportunity” argument is that you assume that the Georgia program has somehow maxed out. We tend to forget its not just Richt’s first 8 yrs at UGA, its his first 8 year ever as HC. Of all the program on the rise, how would you discount Georgia’s room to improve. A guy isn’t going to improve his coaching skills or program after 9,10,11 years? Every coach mentioned in here today IS GOING TO LOSE one out of every 5 games they coach. It’s a historical given. It’s all a matter of who has the timing, who has that one extra win. Every coach in the SEC is going to have years where the pieces are only good enough for a “disapointing” 10 win season. And that will probbaly require a better coaching job by them to do it in that year, as it took to win 13 when it all fell into place.

GeoffDawg

April 21st, 2009
11:49 am

Wonderful – Georgia couldn’t do anything regarding the hype leading into 2008 and overall, there were a lot of positives that came out of last season. For one – we found out that we have one of the top offensive line coaches in the nation and because of all the injuries, we developed a lot of depth. Yes, I agree with you though that overall, last year was a disappointment but that’s my point – you know you’re building something pretty significant when 10-3 is disappointing.

AltamahaDawg

April 21st, 2009
11:53 am

I remember when Thursday was a good enough excuse to party on S. Milledge.

Thats the difference Cuz. Some us of have more than a 3 yr perspective.

And for those actually worried and hung up on that #1 preseason ranking…I asked this question several times with neer a responce: IF we had submitted the roster of who we were going to have actually playing, (or more to the point, who was not going to be playing) to the voters back in August, where do you think they would have ranked that actual team of players? #1? top 10 maybe?

DawgMan

April 21st, 2009
11:55 am

Richt needs to start winning big games, and get a BCS title—losing to Florida almost every year, or choking in other games is getting old. If he’s not getting it done and moving to the top, time to bring in a big time coach who can win it all. I’m tired of Florida winning all these titles. They will probably win another this year, making it 3 of 4. Ga hasn’t won since 1980. A big problem is Michael Adams–he doesn’t give the coaches the resources needed to out recruit Florida and hire the best assistants. I’m hoping he hits the road as soon as possible.

swgaboy

April 21st, 2009
11:55 am

I guess a lot of GT fans have forgotten about Tyrone Sorrells? John Dewberry wasn’t the only UGA to GT transfer in the early 80’s.

Not to mention Stephon Marbury who says that he was allowed to play despite the fact that he never attended a single class the entire winter semester.

Or Eddie Lee Ivory whom a disgruntled former GT employee said he did his work for.

Or about two football players in 1989 that were allowed to play after having been charged and convicted of assault when they slapped a 120 lbs woman?

Lots of room to talk nerds.

Lord of the Lizards

April 21st, 2009
11:56 am

Tony, I absolutely agree that it takes EVERYTHING, including luck, to win a NC. I can’t think of ANY team that won it all that didn’t have at least some good karma. Remember the Tennessee team of ‘98?? They had several games, including Arkansas, where one less fortunate bounce of the ball could have made the difference. That ‘96 dominating Gator team with all of those offensive stars?? It took some very unlikely bowl game results on New Years day for them to have the opportunity to redeem themselves against FSU and grab the title! Unfortunately, Auburn was at the opposite end of that a few years ago. Right now, Florida has everything in place to continue a dominating run, but a few key untimely injuries or suspensions and all bets are off!

Eric

April 21st, 2009
11:57 am

Richt is a good coach, that’s undeniable. But he’s no saint. Sanithood and hypocrisy are incompatable. He produces as many great gangsters as he does great men…..probably more.

bulldogsux

April 21st, 2009
11:59 am

WallyButts…actually, the Gators own the record vs. UGA since 1930. If you were born before then, the mutts have a winning record against the Gators in your lifetime. LMAO

And yes, there was football before the HBC. The Gators won 65% of the UF-mutt games in the 50’s and 60’s. The mutts won 80% before 1950 and 70% in the 70’s and 80’s. “We have the all-time series versus the Gators” and acting like the mutts owned the Gators before the HBC is pure ignorance.

Thanks always to the HBC…and to the mutt-geniuses who danced on the field a couple of years ago…that ensured that the Urbanator hates the mutts as much as the HBC, very bad news for GA.

bama12titles

April 21st, 2009
11:59 am

AltamahaDawg,

Good point! Every one has their up and down seasons and every good coach will have their hot and cold streaks. I think the point made by my brethren is that for the foreseeable future UGA is going to be dominated by UF. Whether that happens or not is debatable. But if it does happen, if UF wins that game for the next 2-3 straight years which is entirely possible then one has to wonder if Richt isn’t gone. Having some of the other teams rising up as Bama and Tech and as Auburn and UT definitely will be back just makes it tougher on the dawgs. Like it or not I think Tech is going to be a thorn in UGAs side. And by that I mean that if they only win 30-40% of the time against UGA what if one of those wins comes in a year where UGA otherwise would have been in position to get into the national title game if it weren’t for that extra loss? Just some interesting things to ponder.

dawggirl

April 21st, 2009
12:03 pm

I’m not worried yet. Is there room for improvement? Of course. I already feel though, as CMR has said, that there is more of a team feeling than last year. Just the fact of having Jeff Owens and Trinton Sturdivant returning gets me energized.

Florida will need to be perfect every game and every play, they’re so hyped. They should be winning games by an average of 30-35 points, especially with what I’ve heard about their schedule strength.

I look forward to every year with the promise of “Any Given Saturday”. Lest we forget the mass confusion of 2007 and Upsets Galore (App State vs. Michigan, etc.)

EW

April 21st, 2009
12:04 pm

TB- Great article. I feel bad for CMR when fellow UGA fans get on his case for not winning the big one. The fact is that UF and LSU were great in their championship seasons but, as you said, caught breaks from other teams that helped get them to the big game. UGA has put themselves in a position to play for SEC titles, BCS bowls, and will eventually have that opportunity to play in the BIG one. UGA fans need to applaud CMR’s success and realize that we are in the running EVERY year because of CMR, not in spite of him.

EW

April 21st, 2009
12:11 pm

one other thing, Tech fans better prepare for everybody on their offense to get hit in the mouth when the dogs come to the flats. we may have underestimated Paul Johnson’s juvenile offense last year but you better believe that willie will have the D fired up for Tech this year. NERDS BEWARE, THE BOYS FROM ATHENS WILL BEAT TECH IN WHAT WILL BE TECHS LAST GAME OF THE SEASON. NO BOWL, NO POSTSEASON, JUST A LONG OFFSEASON TO THINK ABOUT ALL THAT SMACK YOU WONT BE ABLE TO TALK NEXT YEAR.

CurlyHeadedDevil

April 21st, 2009
12:13 pm

TT44, two years ago when UGA played Hawaii in the Sugar Bowl, UGA got stomped by UT in Knoxville and needed a last second field goal to beat Vandy…….yes, VANDY, to even get to the Sugar Bowl. The dogs were playing well by the Sugar Bowl game and while I am an SEC fan, I believe USC(W)would have kicked your arses in the Rose Bowl.

And if memory serves me correctly, one of the years UGA got to the SEC CG, they tied with UT and/or UF and got in the game because it had been longer since they had played in the game. Can you clarify for us on that last statement?

There is no National Championship in College Football

April 21st, 2009
12:16 pm

47-38-4 vs Florida, 59-38-4 vs Georgia Tech. The only thing Tech and Florida “own” are losing records to Georgia. Both love to focus on the era’s in which they’ve had the upper hand, as would be expected.

Here is the bottom line. Georgia is, for all intents & purposes, the “only game in town” in a state that is one of the four largest producers of current NFL players and members of D1A rosters. Georgia is the 9th most populated state in the country. Georgia has the second largest alumni base in the southeast, behind only Florida. Those two athletic programs have access to more capital than any other programs in the southeast and most out of the southeast. Georgia has brought in top 10 recruiting classes EVERY year for the past 10. Georgia’s atheletic department is consistently one of the most profitable in Amercia, THE most profitable at some points. NOT winning 10 games at Georgia should be an anomily. Georgia is the only reason Georgia hasn’t won the falsified beauty pagent MNC.

The recipe for success at UGA has always been about defense and running the ball. There are more UGA defensive players in the NFL than any other school right now. When that becomes the focus at UGA again, we won’t be having this discussion.

DAWGLB

April 21st, 2009
12:18 pm

Corrine some one needs to teach you “Lizards” how to spell!! I love the “Honey Suckers” comments. They win one game in 8 years and the think they are world beaters!! Rock on Mark Richt.. Gooooooooo.. Dawgs!!!

Maybe Next Year

April 21st, 2009
12:19 pm

I love how UGA fans cling to the hope that Meyer leaves for Notre Dame. Does that speak more to the effect Meyer has or what?

Tony Barnhart

April 21st, 2009
12:24 pm

Bamafan,

I have not had a chance to go to Nashville and enjoy Mr. Stroud’s barbeque. But I hear it’s good.

TB

longtimesecfan

April 21st, 2009
12:27 pm

as many butt sniffers keep saying, “what goes around comes
around” is true. LSU, UF, USC, and others all have their
down(read: rebuilding) years. Inevitable in college. The
mark of a champion is, when you have your “goes around”
years, you take it all the way, or do you stumble and fall
and make excuses (injuries, bad refs, bad luck, etc.)
Question for dogs is, did you have your “goes around”
years before (2 sec titles?) or is it yet to come.
If you have to wait for Saban and Meyer to retire or trfr.
you better be young and not like some of us.

Dawg Fud

April 21st, 2009
12:27 pm

i don’t give a darn about stats. stats are for people trying to make themselves feel better. i want a national championship trophy.

AltamahaDawg

April 21st, 2009
12:27 pm

Well, first of all, you have no idea IF UF is going to dominate anyone. You righfully think they will be very good, but you really don’t know exactly how thier freshman are going to play 2/3 years from now. As we have all seen, that can come down to a handfull of players panning out either way. I think they “can” win a few more in a row, I dont think its a given. Even so, I dont think that losing to a “dominating everyone” UF would cost Richt his job.

As far as other teams making it more difficult….same ol, same ol…..that just another year in the SEC. Assuming those get better, which is just pure specualtion, and no others have off years to offset that,which is likely, IF UGA also raises thier level, then beating (whoever) only puts them in a better position.

I have a lot more faith in Richt figuring out that last couple of things that kept him from winning even more Championships already, than I do in somebody got a new face.

There is no National Championship in College Football

April 21st, 2009
12:36 pm

ahhhhhhh the old since 1930 or 1940 or 1950 or 1990 argument from some Gator Fans. Clearly games that were played in in 1955 are more relevant than games played in 1925? That’s a very logical conclusion……please. UGA & UF have suited up and played each other around 90 times, and Georgia has won more often than not. That’s a Fact.

What’s glossed over is that Florida has NEVER had an undefeated season in 100+ years of football. Florida has won almost 100 fewer games and 50% fewer conference championships than UGA, you know those things that are actually won on the field and/or awarded by their sanctioning entity.

I’m not ripping on UF, I went to both schools. But some of you guys need some perspective.

Tide4u2c

April 21st, 2009
12:36 pm

I think Mark Richt is a good coach despite not seeming to be able to get over the hump and play for a NC.Mark Richt is probably the most consistent coach in the SEC and despite all the jabs at him from rival fans them rival fans know when they play Georgia they better be ready.Yes I’m a Bama fan through and through ROLL TIDE! but if Bama can’t do well I usually hope Georgia can especially when they play Auburn and Tennessee.This is not why I say Richt is a good coach though I really mean it.I think Georgia fans would make a mistake if they got rid of Richt look what Auburn and Tennessee did(mainly because of Bama).It could happen to Dawg fans if you are not careful.

Reebok

April 21st, 2009
12:36 pm

First, I will state straight off that I am a Tech fan, so all the Dogs on the blog can feel free to dismiss everything I say as crap and call me names. Whatever. But I’m also a true college football fan who respects the game, the traditions, other programs and fans of all stripes. I don’t much care one way or the other how UGA’s foorball team does except for one particular Saturday in November. So take this for what it’s worth…Georgia is a VERY talented football team…the Dogs have stud players and depth that most programs can only dream of. The problem is, the Dogs are surrounded by teams just about as talented (Florida, LSU and Alabama, to name 3) but that are better-coached and more disciplined. The road to the SEC Championship game goes through Gainesville (OK, technically it goes through Jacksonville, but you know what I’m saying). I just don’t see Georgia beating the Gators, nor do I see Florida losing twice in-conference to give UGA an opening. Georgia plays a very tough schedule this year, and I think they are looking at 9-3 and a pretty good bowl game…not because Florida, LSU, Bama nad some others are more talented (they are not) but because they are better coached on both sides of the ball. IMHO as always…see you at the Flats in November.

Paul Houghton

April 21st, 2009
12:40 pm

Hey “m.” I guess you’re too young to remember that UGA had a PRIOR 7 year winning streak against Tech in the 90’s. UGA is 14-4 against the Nerds since 1990. Get a clue.

Huh?

April 21st, 2009
12:40 pm

Urban Meyer, who happens to be an excellent coach that I have alot of respect for, is a very mediocre 8-6 vs. SEC West opponents. Take out Arkansas and Mississippi State and he’s only 5-6. Yes haters, the same coach that you say will dominate the SEC and Georgia for all of freaking eternity is barely cracking .500 against the SEC West. See, you can cherry pick stats all you like to make ANY coach in the SEC look bad. Its not that hard. Its a very difficult conference. Even the best coaches in the league such as Urban Meyer are doing good to go 50-50 against the other great teams in the conference. Richt’s record against Florida is undoubtedly bad but it doesn’t tell the whole story about what he’s done at Georgia.

Tony in Johns Creek

April 21st, 2009
12:45 pm

Hi Tony,
You ARE missing a necessary point in your argument for Georgia not being lucky enough to get a ring… Yes, AU wasn’t lucky enough.. and your general point is good, but you needed to add the specific 2002 UGA season, when we were 12-1 and SEC champs and were hoping the outcome of the Michigan-Ohio State game were to fall our way to help get us into a probable Mythical National Championship game against Miami that year, rather than the Buckeyes. Which was Richt’s second season. We beat Arkansas like a drum that day …the game was over in the first quarter… we could’ve competed against anyone in the country that year…

AltamahaDawg

April 21st, 2009
12:45 pm

That was 03′ and the reason UGA got in the game was that it was a higher ranked, not “been longer”. I think you also had to have beat the next lower ranked, in the tie.

Is it your contention that every SEC or for that matter MNC team doesnt have a list of close if not flukish play against lesser team, yes lesser teams, to get there.

AltamahaDawg

April 21st, 2009
12:49 pm

Reebok, the recent records head to head against LSU and Alabama notwithstanding, right?

whitx2

April 21st, 2009
12:51 pm

If you don’t think luck plays a part in who plays for a NC, just ask les miles at lsu.

GradyGrad96

April 21st, 2009
12:58 pm

Brian VanGorder is missing from UGA football.

crs

April 21st, 2009
1:01 pm

Lets play two or three real games before we try to make any real determinations about red zone offense or anything else concerning the 2009 team.

Oklahoma State will be a good test to start the year and will hopefully make a few more kids in Oklahoma and Texas want to head this way.

I would love to see Damon get a deal with USC for a home and home.

Dean

April 21st, 2009
1:01 pm

Just which big time coach is Georgia going to get if they were to fire Richt. Perhaps someone who wins a vast majority of games and has his team in the top nationally every year. One who wins SEC titles and goes to BCS games on a regular basis. So, if your only looking a BCS titles are you going to get either Saban, Les Miles, Meyer, or Pete Caroll?

Steve

April 21st, 2009
1:03 pm

Gawd now the crybaby uga fans are saying it’s luck to win a nc. give me a break. if any team is lucky, it’s uga. how many late game breaks has ugay received over the years. several. just like a poor liberal saying they are where they are because they just aren;t lucky. has nothing to do with WORK and WINNING. how about beating florida crybabies.