I don’t doubt for a second that he’s sincere about this:
“People are upset, we’re upset,” McGarity said, “and we’ve got to work even harder to try to do things that will help us avoid these problems but at the end of the day, a young person has to make a decision. You see that not only with 18-year olds but you see that with 50-year olds that make poor decisions.
“When you do have a problem, it makes you go back and just take another look, take a second look on what’s registering and what is not.”
But seriously, if he finds a solution, he needs to take his services to a bigger stage than Athens, Georgia. Social engineering is a tall order from an athletic director’s office.
For that matter, given Georgia’s experience over the past few years, the same can be said about the school president’s office as well.