Maybe they should call it Stealth and Conditioning.

I swear, there are times I think if it were up to Coach Tereshinski, nobody would know his part of the staff at Georgia even exists.  It’s gotten almost zero attention, but they’ve just made a new hire.

Justin Lovett was named Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Georgia in June 2012 after serving for the previous two seasons as a strength and conditioning assistant on the Denver Broncos’ staff.

That completes a drastic reordering of Georgia’s strength and conditioning staff under Tereshinski.  No more graduate assistants; no more former players there to serve as role models for the current student-athletes.  I suspect there’s no more Van Halanger-ish feel-goodism, either.

Whether all these changes pay off is the $64,000 question.  We’ll find out soon enough.



Filed under Georgia Football, The Body Is A Temple

2 responses to “Maybe they should call it Stealth and Conditioning.

  1. AthensHomerDawg

    “I sense something, a presence I’ve not felt since…….”


  2. Scott W.

    It is true that it’s not thought about until it doesn’t work.