Richt, 55, is expected to receive a contract similar to the one he had at Georgia, the sources said. The Bulldogs paid him $4 million per season and they will still owe him a $4.1 million buyout, regardless of what he earns at Miami.
Bet there are a few vindictive boosters who give McGarity a hard time about honoring an unsigned contract.
No word yet on what the bottle’s official title is.
Man, this is like seeing what the Soviets did to Stalin after he died.
Amusing little factoid for you here:
The last SEC championship won by a coach with no head-coaching experience before joining the league? Richt in 2005.
I’m gonna go out on a limb here and predict that when they write Greg McGarity’s job tribute one day, it won’t contain the phrase “Georgia’s beloved athletic director”.
Scouring the Internet so you don’t have to, I’ve got a couple of links to share with you that may shed some light on what may be inside Kirby Smart’s head as he gets ready to become Georgia’s next head coach: