The importance of making a good first impression

As career advice from an eight-year old goes, this ain’t bad:

Bryan McClendon has sought a lot of advice from a lot of people — including Mark Richt — since being appointed Georgia’s interim head coach for the TaxSlayer Bowl. But his best tip so far came from his 8-year-old son, Bryan, Jr.

“I told him we were going to do a press conference, and I asked what I should do,” McClendon shared at his first news conference at UGA Wednesday. “He said ‘Just make sure there’s nothing in your nose.’ I said ‘okay, I think I can handle that.’”



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10 responses to “The importance of making a good first impression

  1. Muttley

    So #36 is a grandfather, and I feel OLD.


  2. Austin

    Really good advice if you as me.


  3. Austin

    ask* sorry had something in my nose


  4. Debby Balcer

    I hope he goes 1-0 and stays alosing him will leave a big hole.


  5. BMac needs to be on this staff. Hopefully, Chaney realizes that and makes sure Kirby makes a Smart move.

    Sorry, I couldn’t resist.


    • Go Dawgs!

      I feel certain that McClendon has a job in Athens if he wants to stay. His importance in recruiting alone along with his skills as an on-field coach seem to lock that up. But from reading the tea leaves in what’s being said and what’s not being said, I really think that B-Mac wants to hitch his wagon to Mark Richt and I have a feeling he’ll end up at The U. I hope not, I want to see him stay at Georgia. But that’s just the feeling I’ve got.


  6. Cousin Eddie

    Seems like a really good guy. I hope the team plays hard for him and gets him his first win of hopefully many more. Would like for him to stay but hope he is successful wherever he ends up.