Perusing the interwebs today, I caught this little diddy at the Georgia Tech SB Nation website. It focused on each coach in the SEC and what it would take for each coach to be removed from his current position ultimately leading to the downfall of the SEC stranglehold on college football. Here’s what the author had to say about Mark Richt:
Mark Richt, georgie — In my honest, completely unbiased college football fan opinion, I think it’s only a matter of time before Richt is out in Athens. The amount of talent that they pull in is really not far from that of Alabama, and the inconsistent success they’ve had there, to me, is a reflection of very poor coaching. Last year most georgie fans would tell you that we were the best team they beat, which is less than impressive considering I will readily admit that they’re at a solid talent advantage. All it will take to unseat Mark Richt will be one or two “down” recruiting years, a couple losses to Tech (emphasis added), and a few 2nd- and 3rd-place finishes in the division before he will be out of Athens.
Grammar issues aside, which one of those potential downfalls do you see as as least likely to happen? I swear, you couldn’t make this stuff up if you tried.