Meme Fail.

Shockingly, Mark Richt’s name is nowhere to be found on Coaches Hot Seat Blog’s final 2009-2010 Top 10 Coaches Hot Seat RankingsI guess Joe didn’t get the memo.

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17 responses to “Meme Fail.

  1. NCT

    Hm. Richt didn’t even make the top 25.

  2. The Realist

    In just about all of those cases, the athletic department went to the deep end of the pool thinking they were ready to swim, but now find themselves under water.

    Fridge can’t be fired. Maryland can’t afford it. Hawkins, it turns out, isn’t really that good of a coach. Anybody that saw Boise ‘tween the hedges in ’05 could have predicted that he wasn’t ready for the big time.

    Mike Sherman’s contract is a slap in the face to all that is rational. The spread doesn’t fit in Michigan, which isn’t really a shock. Arizona State is just one giant clustercuss. They can’t seem to find the right piece to fit in their rectagonal hole. Ron Zook (that is all). Washington State is a tough place to win. Ditto, Minnesota.

    I personally think Mike Locksley is faaar too low on that list. And, as long as Kiffin keeps the crew together (which, at this point, I can’t imagine Orgeron getting a job anywhere else), USC will win 10 games or so, play in a few Rose Bowls, and will be an elite-ish team for the next few years. When coaches start leaving, then the trouble will start.

    All of this makes me appreciate how Damon Evans and Mark Richt conduct their business. (Damn, Disney Dawgs.)

  3. NRBQ

    No USC-OSU game this year?

    A break for Butt-sniffin’ Kiffin.

  4. Dog in Fla

    “Meme Fail.” While this one doesn’t involve Mark, it does involve someone we all know and …

  5. Aligator

    CMR is a great coach, people were pissed because of the defense and they felt changes were needed, which happened, with that alone i think we are all sure that at the very least 3 more wins next year.

  6. Thomas Brown

    I do not believe nor do I want Coach Richt on the hot seat.

    However, he has to do something about his struggling offense.

    Something that he has not done in recruiting impact players this year for that staff on offense he compiled.

    LOST to LSU
    LOST to Florida
    LOST to Tennessee
    LOST to Kentucky

    http://www.secsports.com/sport_stats/football/confldrs.htm

    2009 SEC Football

    SCORING OFFENSE G TD FG XPT 2XP DXP Saf Points Avg/G

    1. Arkansas 12 58 14 56 0 0 1 448 37.3
    2. Florida 13 56 21 52 0 0 0 451 34.7
    3. Auburn 12 50 14 49 0 1 1 395 32.9
    4. Alabama 13 47 29 39 2 0 0 412 31.7
    5. Tennessee 12 47 13 44 0 0 1 367 30.6
    6. Ole Miss 12 46 15 42 0 0 0 363 30.2
    7. Georgia 12 39 19 37 1 0 1 332 27.7

    TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Avg/G

    1. Florida 13 2928 2823 849 5751 6.8 51 442.4
    2. Arkansas 12 1632 3640 778 5272 6.8 54 439.3
    3. Auburn 12 2566 2622 842 5188 6.2 45 432.3
    4. Alabama 13 2806 2573 884 5379 6.1 44 413.8
    5. Ole Miss 12 2194 2673 800 4867 6.1 42 405.6
    6. Tennessee 12 2038 2707 821 4745 5.8 45 395.4
    7. Miss. State 12 2731 1732 821 4463 5.4 30 371.9
    8. Georgia 12 1885 2457 725 4342 6.0 36 361.8

    RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yards Avg. TD Yards/G

    1. Miss. State 12 555 2731 4.9 21 227.6
    2. Florida 13 521 2928 5.6 26 225.2
    3. Alabama 13 550 2806 5.1 27 215.8
    4. Auburn 12 511 2566 5.0 21 213.8
    5. Kentucky 12 509 2319 4.6 26 193.2
    6. Ole Miss 12 453 2194 4.8 20 182.8
    7. Tennessee 12 446 2038 4.6 18 169.8
    8. Vanderbilt 12 451 1920 4.3 12 160.0
    9. Georgia 12 407 1885 4.6 14 157.1

    PASS OFFENSE G Comp Att Int Pct. Yards Avg. TD Avg/G

    1. Arkansas 12 232 403 9 57.6 3640 9.0 31 303.3
    2. South Carolina 12 228 402 9 56.7 2811 7.0 18 234.2
    3. Tennessee 12 218 375 13 58.1 2707 7.2 27 225.6
    4. Ole Miss 12 190 347 17 54.8 2673 7.7 22 222.8
    5. Auburn 12 198 331 7 59.8 2622 7.9 24 218.5
    6. Florida 13 218 328 5 66.5 2823 8.6 25 217.2
    7. Georgia 12 175 318 16 55.0 2457 7.7 22 204.8

    FIRST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total Avg/G

    1. Florida 13 150 123 13 286 22.0
    2. Alabama 13 143 114 15 272 20.9
    3. Tennessee 12 118 126 14 258 21.5
    4. Auburn 12 131 107 10 248 20.7
    5. Ole Miss 12 111 124 11 246 20.5
    6. Arkansas 12 86 140 18 244 20.3
    7. Kentucky 12 132 85 13 230 19.2
    8. Miss. State 12 140 78 11 229 19.1
    9. South Carolina 12 86 125 16 227 18.9
    10. LSU 12 96 104 17 217 18.1
    11. Georgia 12 87 108 14 209 17.4

    3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS G Conv. Att. Pct.

    1. Florida 13 81 165 49.1
    2. Auburn 12 67 164 40.9
    3. Alabama 13 74 182 40.7
    4. Ole Miss 12 64 158 40.5
    5. Tennessee 12 66 165 40.0
    6. LSU 12 58 148 39.2
    7. Kentucky 12 69 177 39.0
    8. Georgia 12 59 152 38.8

    PENALTIES G No. Yards Avg/G

    1. Ole Miss 12 62 482 40.2
    2. Kentucky 12 55 487 40.6
    3. Tennessee 12 59 488 40.7
    4. Alabama 13 64 560 43.1
    5. LSU 12 76 569 47.4
    6. Miss. State 12 67 590 49.2
    7. Florida 13 83 645 49.6
    8. Vanderbilt 12 75 600 50.0
    9. Arkansas 12 83 654 54.5
    South Carolina 12 76 654 54.5
    11. Auburn 12 85 707 58.9
    12. Georgia 12 99 839 69.9

    TIME OF POSSESSION G Poss. Time Avg/G

    1. Alabama 13 435:41 33:30
    2. Miss. State 12 381:18 31:46
    3. South Carolina 12 370:50 30:54
    4. Tennessee 12 369:21 30:46
    5. Florida 13 398:06 30:37
    6. Kentucky 12 359:57 29:59
    7. Ole Miss 12 353:52 29:29
    8. Arkansas 12 352:43 29:23
    9. Georgia 12 351:01 29:15

    Gained Lost

    TURNOVER MARGIN G Fumb Int Total Fumb Int Total Margin Per/G

    1. Alabama 13 6 20 26 6 4 10 +16 1.23
    2. Arkansas 12 16 11 27 5 9 14 +13 1.08
    3. LSU 12 5 13 18 4 7 11 +7 0.58
    4. Florida 13 3 20 23 11 5 16 +7 0.54
    5. Tennessee 12 14 9 23 6 13 19 +4 0.33
    6. Kentucky 12 6 16 22 8 11 19 +3 0.25
    Vanderbilt 12 7 12 19 6 10 16 +3 0.25
    8. Auburn 12 7 12 19 12 7 19 +0 0.00
    9. South Carolina 12 10 6 16 10 9 19 -3 -0.25
    10. Miss. State 12 8 17 25 13 17 30 -5 -0.42
    11. Ole Miss 12 8 9 17 9 17 26 -9 -0.75
    12. Georgia 12 2 8 10 11 16 27 -17 -1.42

    That does not sound very good to me, and not getting recruits on offense this season to assist the offense, is an Indictment on his assembled offensive coaching staff by the recruits themselves who should look at these facts about our offense and see their opportunity.

    Instead, they look at it as I do. It is a no fun offense that hasn’t done a damn thing in years and years and years except fumble, throw interceptions and start at 1st and 15 because of penalties.

    • JaxDawg

      TB,
      You can fight the stats, but I saw an revealing stat a few weeks ago which showed that GA’s offense was the second most efficient in the conference, behind Arkansas. This is measured in points per play, which is also heavily correlated with time of possession and turnovers.

      If we can fix this defense and stop committing stupid penalties and turnovers, we could be a very good offense.

      I have never thought of Bobo as the problem.

  7. Barry

    Thomas:

    You can’t fire the offensive and defensive staff in the same off-season. How would we have recruited?

    Defensive coaching problems had to be attended to first and they were. Now let’s kick back, enjoy the season and see if other changes may be necessary. I am not convinced they are but CMR has proven he will view the entire program with open eyes.