Daily Archives: February 16, 2017

If you could see through our eyes…

I wish I could claim credit for the subject of this post, but the truth of the matter is that I cribbed it from a message board comment.  Still, you take your inspiration whenever you can find it, right?

Anyway, a simple question for you all:  would it kill Greg McGarity and Jere Morehead to get out of their cushy boxes and spend an entire game day with the regular folks who make up the vast majority of the Georgia fan base?  You know — get a real feel for issues that bother us like tailgating restrictions, stadium concessions and bathrooms, ridiculously loud PA, etc. by living through them with the hoi polloi.  And then sit in post-game traffic for a while to get a real flavor for that horror show.

No, I wouldn’t expect a radical change to hearts and minds out of a single day’s experience.  But at least it might not make them so willingly dismissive of our demands for a level of service consummate with our financial contributions. Maybe.

Worth a shot?

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“… just a fact of life in college football.”

Tony, the problem isn’t our naiveté.  It’s that we’re being asked to swallow the notion of coaches jumping ship after signing day as a matter of routine while at the same time having the issue of player transfers presented as a threat to the American way of life.

I think the word you’re looking for is hypocrisy.

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“You just want to be in the hunt.”

Once upon a time, Greg McGarity had hopes and dreams, like the rest of us.  What happened?

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