This should go down swimmingly with certain segments of the fan base.
If defensive coordinator Todd Grantham leaves Georgia after this season, it will be of his own volition.
Bulldogs coach Mark Richt, speaking to reporters on his weekly Sunday evening conference call, said he does not plan to make any changes to his current coaching staff between now and next season. The Bulldogs defeated Georgia Tech 41-34 in double overtime Saturday to finish 8-4 overall. They opened the season ranked No. 5 in the Associated Press rankings and were favored to win the SEC’s Eastern Division.
“Everybody should be back,” Richt said, answering a question specifically about Grantham. “I mean, everybody’s got to do what they’ve got to do as far as if they have opportunities and all that kind of thing. We have some things we’ve certainly got to get better at, but continuity is a good thing for Georgia.”
I sure hope Richt’s right about the youth and injuries, because otherwise it’ll be the same old, same old, which, while admittedly entertaining, will probably leave the record a little short in the wins department again.