“I think it’s part of the contract.”

"And if you have a guy that wants to play for Georgia, give me a call." (photo by Todd Plitt, USA Today)

Last Saturday was a pretty busy day for Georgia’s head coach.  He was waiting to find out if John Jenkins would commit to his program and was immersed in a job search for two new assistant coaches.  With all of that on his plate, he found himself in Long Island conducting an instructional clinic for coaches.  Why?

Quite simply, because business is business.  And when Nike says jump, the proper response is “how high?”.

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7 responses to ““I think it’s part of the contract.”

  1. Careful Brad

    “Broncos Winning Philosophy + Punt Returns”
    Do you see that coach, Boise expects to win with punt returns. Another reason to go for it on 4th and short in the Dome. Just have number 6 in at fullback and make a hole for Crowell/King/Ealey/Malcome/Thomas.

  2. TennesseeDawg

    Let’s go ahead and get this out of our system:

  3. Go Dawgs!

    Just as long as Nike’s not saying “Jump Your Team Into Pro Combat Uniforms”, I have no problem with it.

  4. Ben

    I like how he’s got a football in his hands. It’s almost like he’s showing the rest of the team the need for ball security. Too bad that message wasn’t given/didn’t stick last year for the first, oh, 6 games of the year.

    • Dog in Fla

      While holding onto the ball with one hand, Mark made a hand-shadow of a rabbit with the other. After putting the ball down, he would next entertain the coaches by making a dog .

  5. W Cobb Dawg

    Just a hunch, but something tells me we won’t find McGarity’s signature on that Nike contract when it comes up for renewal.

  6. Cojones

    Just don’t see why Dog in Fla can take the obvious and make a joke out of it. It’s plain to everyone that he’s making a ringneck duck that swallowed a traffic cone.