Surely this is one of the more questionable things Mark Bradley has ever written:
… Say what you will about Meyer, but the man can coach. His work against Ohio State in Glendale, Ariz., in January 2007 was the greatest coaching performance the BCS title game has ever seen, and his work against Georgia on Saturday was no less inspired. In Jacksonville he took the demonstrably lesser team — anybody see an A.J. Green or a Justin Houston or even an Aaron Murray or an Orson Charles among Gators? — and wrung 450 yards and 34 points from it.
Did he miss Chris Rainey? How about Jeff Demps?
If we’re really supposed to believe that the Gators were the “demonstrably lesser team” yesterday, what does that say about Meyer’s inability to develop what many observers would say have been the most talented recruiting classes in college football over the past four seasons? Isn’t that part of coaching, too?
The stupidity/dishonesty on display there is too bad, because Bradley has a valid point about Richt not having his team ready to play.