Mark Bradley, of all people, gets McGarity’s choice right.
Once very nearly a great coach, Richt has descended to the ranks of the pretty good. Cold numbers tell us so. If you’re a decision-maker at Georgia, you have to ask: Is pretty good good enough for our proud and prosperous program? If it’s not, are you confident in Richt’s ability to lead the Bulldogs back to prominence? And if you aren’t, isn’t your choice clear?
Notice it’s got nothing to do with the Georgia Tech game. If somebody like Bradley can frame the decision properly, why is it so hard for the people in Butts-Mehre to do the same?