In the McGarity vernacular, time has told us one thing.
Georgia has played a second high-major opponent four of the previous five seasons: Oklahoma State in 2009, Colorado in 2010, Boise State in 2011, and Clemson in 2013. And Georgia has lost each of those games.
“While it might have been exciting to fans, it did not yield a championship,” McGarity said. “So one could argue that in order to put yourself in the best spot, what model works best.”
Presumably that model doesn’t include holding the program accountable for losing those kinds of games. So we as a fan base can either be entertained by losses to power conference teams or bored watching beatdowns of hapless Sun Belt opponents, take our pick. Man, I’m inspired. Can I pay for my 2015 season tickets early?