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Mark Richt firing watch-Day three

Written by Juan Cena on Monday, November 02 2009 and posted in SWRT

Look, nobody wants to see Mark Richt canned. But the sad truth is that things at Georgia are decaying at a rapid pace. This at a time when Urban Meyer and the Gators reign supreme at Florida, and the two headed monster known as Lane and Monte Kiffin are making waves in Knoxville.
Richt will probably not be gone this year. But by the end of 2010, things could be different if the steady state of decline continues. Chris Low of ESPN sums it up pretty good:

Nobody’s claiming that Georgia’s program is in the tank, because the Bulldogs aren’t. But they’re also not what they once were under Mark Richt, who has some decisions to make at the end of the season there are becoming less and less difficult as the losses mount. Richt greeted the media Saturday following the 41-17 loss to Florida by saying, “Well, here we are again.” Where the Bulldogs are is on the outside looking in at the elite programs in this conference, which only a few years ago would sounded preposterous if somebody would have alleged as much. Let’s face it. The defense is in shambles. When’s the last time the Bulldogs have stopped anybody in a game that counts? They’ve given up 37 or more points nine times in their last 17 games dating back to last season. And the penalties are just as disturbing. Richt deserves every chance to fix this, but he’ll probably only get one chance to get it right.


Richt does deserve a chance to right the ship, but as long as he continues to back Willie Martinez as defense coordinator things are not going to change. And unless Damon Evans finds where his backbone is he might not have the guts to fire Martinez himself. (Evans' backbone is probably somewhere in Dr. EvilAdams' desk drawer)
There might not be major changes this week with Tennessee Tech coming to Athens. But massive retooling needs to be done to even think of saving face in games with Kentucky, Auburn and Georgia Tech (I can't believe I'm writing that either). Kentucky's defense is responsible for Tim Tebow's concussion. Imagine what will happen to Joe Cox's head in that game. Somebody just might go Mortal Kombat on him.
Major changes need to be made. Richt needs to start making them soon.
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Look, nobody wants to see Mark Richt canned. But the sad truth is that things at Georgia are decaying at a rapid pace. This at a time when Urban Meyer and the Gators reign supreme at Florida, and the two headed monster known as Lane and Monte Kiffin are making waves in Knoxville.
Richt will probably not be gone this year. But by the end of 2010, things could be different if the steady state of decline continues. Chris Low of ESPN sums it up pretty good:

Nobody’s claiming that Georgia’s program is in the tank, because the Bulldogs aren’t. But they’re also not what they once were under Mark Richt, who has some decisions to make at the end of the season there are becoming less and less difficult as the losses mount. Richt greeted the media Saturday following the 41-17 loss to Florida by saying, “Well, here we are again.” Where the Bulldogs are is on the outside looking in at the elite programs in this conference, which only a few years ago would sounded preposterous if somebody would have alleged as much. Let’s face it. The defense is in shambles. When’s the last time the Bulldogs have stopped anybody in a game that counts? They’ve given up 37 or more points nine times in their last 17 games dating back to last season. And the penalties are just as disturbing. Richt deserves every chance to fix this, but he’ll probably only get one chance to get it right.


Richt does deserve a chance to right the ship, but as long as he continues to back Willie Martinez as defense coordinator things are not going to change. And unless Damon Evans finds where his backbone is he might not have the guts to fire Martinez himself. (Evans' backbone is probably somewhere in Dr. EvilAdams' desk drawer)
There might not be major changes this week with Tennessee Tech coming to Athens. But massive retooling needs to be done to even think of saving face in games with Kentucky, Auburn and Georgia Tech (I can't believe I'm writing that either). Kentucky's defense is responsible for Tim Tebow's concussion. Imagine what will happen to Joe Cox's head in that game. Somebody just might go Mortal Kombat on him.
Major changes need to be made. Richt needs to start making them soon.

Posted originally: 2009-11-02 14:32:00
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