This sort of has a sleeping with the enemy feel to it.
Georgia head coach Mark Richt has been nominated for a position on the NCAA rules committee, as confirmed by Georgia senior associate athletic director of sports communications Claude Felton.
The committee is made up of three representatives each from the FBS, FCS, Division II and Division III schools. The FBS is represented by Alfred White, the associate commissioner of Conference USA, Todd Berry, head football coach at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and Troy Calhoun, head football coach at the Air Force Academy.
The committee has been under scrutiny after proposing a controversial rule designed to slow the pace of play.
Sounds like fun. “Coach Richt? Bert… uh, Bret Bielema’s on line two.”
On the other hand, maybe we should ponder what effect his acceptance might have on Penn Wagers’ attitude.