Here’s an example of how Greg McGarity gets it:
To some, it is a tough call: watching the third round of the Masters or attending G-Day. You won’t have to make that choice next April.
Plans are “being finalized” to move Georgia’s spring football game back a week to April 16, UGA athletic director Greg McGarity told me as we waited at Hartsfield-Jackson for a (delayed) flight to Memphis on Monday. The Masters will be played April 7-10.
The G-Day game has been played on Masters Saturday the past couple of years. McGarity figures G-Day will benefit in terms of attendance and media attention by avoiding a conflict with the Masters.
You’d think that was obvious, wouldn’t you?