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Mark Richt Hubris Watch:Day Four

Written by Juan Cena on Tuesday, November 03 2009 and posted in SWRT


The latest news out of Butts-Meare is not good. Mark Richt has declared that appropriately named Joe Cox will continue as starting quarterback for the Georgia Bulldogs Surrender Monkeys. Richt says that Cox "gives us the best chance to win."
SWRT college football analyst C-3PO gives his view on Richt's announcement:







And on the "Things to pay close attention to department": FSU defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews may be leaving FSU at the end of this season. Possible replacement for Willie Martinez, perhaps? Andrews had a working relationship with Richt at FSU (professional, not like Jim and Pam, you perverts!), so he might be an obvious candidate to replace Willie Martinez. But with FSU's record in the past few years it's kind of hard to tell if that's a good thing or a bad thing.

UPDATE: Andrews has announced he will be retiring at the end of the year. It looks like having him replace Martinez at UGA may be out of the question. Then again, some of these retirements don't last long (right, Brett?)

(via ajc.com, EDSBS)


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The latest news out of Butts-Meare is not good. Mark Richt has declared that appropriately named Joe Cox will continue as starting quarterback for the Georgia Bulldogs Surrender Monkeys. Richt says that Cox "gives us the best chance to win."
SWRT college football analyst C-3PO gives his view on Richt's announcement:







And on the "Things to pay close attention to department": FSU defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews may be leaving FSU at the end of this season. Possible replacement for Willie Martinez, perhaps? Andrews had a working relationship with Richt at FSU (professional, not like Jim and Pam, you perverts!), so he might be an obvious candidate to replace Willie Martinez. But with FSU's record in the past few years it's kind of hard to tell if that's a good thing or a bad thing.

UPDATE: Andrews has announced he will be retiring at the end of the year. It looks like having him replace Martinez at UGA may be out of the question. Then again, some of these retirements don't last long (right, Brett?)

(via ajc.com, EDSBS)



Posted originally: 2009-11-03 12:11:00
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