Mark Richt has not lost control over the next recruiting coordinator.

Georgia’s coach delivers a Sabanesque backhand to Carvell’s latest question.

UGA coach Mark Richt told the AJC that he’s not ready to appoint somebody else to the title formerly held by Garner, the longtime recruiting coordinator for the Bulldogs who was hired away by Auburn in late December.

“Yes, I don’t think we need to do that … at this moment,” Richt said. “I don’t have any plans on naming anybody recruiting coordinator. [The job title] is a matter of semantics, really.”

Translation:  when they need to spend money on giving somebody the title, they’ll think about it.  Until then, nobody’s got time for that shit.


Filed under Georgia Football, Recruiting

5 responses to “Mark Richt has not lost control over the next recruiting coordinator.

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    OMG. That’s worse than our failed, failed, recruiting class. Georgia football is going down the drain. The AJC is on the job.


  2. Will Trane

    Editor, Senior Editor, Associate Editor, Editor in Chief, Research Editor, Scheduling Editor….and if there was one word pissing on in any article written by the AJC…well, UGA’s pups would have a damn hard time finding it.
    Way to go CMR…you set the pace!!!


  3. John Lilly

    On a somewhat related note, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank my buddy, Coach Richt, for allowing me to continue to coach Tight Ends. It’s a nice job without too much stress.