Those of you who take offense when I have the temerity to suggest that successfully finding a replacement for a departing Mark Richt might not be the walk in the park many believe it will be ought to check this little tidbit out.
My problem isn’t that I disagree with the premise that Charlie Strong is a poor choice as the new head coach for Texas, although I certainly do. It’s a booster who manages to combine giving over $100 million dollars to the school with the fervent belief that Jon Gruden would have won five titles in 15 years that’s a problem. Good luck with that, Charlie.
It’s foolish to assume that Georgia would be immune to its own set of pressures in the face of a coaching change, whatever those might be. Or that there’s strong enough leadership at B-M to withstand them.