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Old 10-03-2010, 07:09 AM
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This season will hurt recruiting for years to come. I believe that the Coach is a man of fine character but he has lost the confidence of just about everyone.
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Mark Richt is a classmate of mine from Miami and a nice guy, but in today's SEC, he will likely be looking for another job soon and he will find one.
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This season will hurt recruiting for years to come. I believe that the Coach is a man of fine character but he has lost the confidence of just about everyone.
Just a question, if he is let go who would you get and how much is UGA willing to pay for a coach
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Just a question, if he is let go who would you get and how much is UGA willing to pay for a coach
Is "A SH**LOAD of money" the term you were looking for?
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something has to change for them its getting sad
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something has to change for them its getting sad



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Take Les Miles and Crowten....please.
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You could move up to a pro caliber coach and take Raheem Morris from us....just sayin..!
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In defense of CMR, this season has been a perfect storm of on-the-field and off-the-field f**kups. CMR could have handled some incidents better, but all in all I don't think removing Richt will turn around this team. I give CMR the benefit of the doubt: new defensive scheme, new freshman QB, new DC, etc. He's proven in the past that he is capable of coaching a national championship calibre team, and hopefully in the next season we'll see the same Georgia team that we expect. If we break even or go negative in 2011, then it'll be time for a change of staff.

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In defense of CMR, this season has been a perfect storm of on-the-field and off-the-field f**kups. CMR could have handled some incidents better, but all in all I don't think removing Richt will turn around this team. I give CMR the benefit of the doubt: new defensive scheme, new freshman QB, new DC, etc. He's proven in that past that he is capable of coaching a national championship calibre team, and hopefully in the next season we'll see the same Georgia team that we expect. If we break even or go negative in 2012, then it'll be time for a change of staff.

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I would agree completely with you on that, got to give him a little more time but I understand how us college football fans think in the southeast. Kind of like us (Clemson) and Tommy Bowden, it finally got to a point enough was enough.

Jury is still out on Dabo for me, not sure whether he was the best hire or the cheapest hire but I do like him and hope he succeeds at Clemson
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I have been a supporter of CMR for years. I gave him a pass last year because of the skilled players he lost to the NFL. This year I am just disgusted.
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