Quite the resume, Butts-Mehre.

This is just brutal… and the worst part is that it seems to keep going and going.

Do not despair, though.

“The responsibility to enhance our strengths and address our weaknesses lands on my desk,” McGarity told the gathering. “I know our program is not reaching its full potential. Our staff spends every day committed to moving our program forward, both collectively and sport by sport, and when we fall short of expectations, we are there to provide support, and when we win, we celebrate alongside each sport.

“Regardless of the outcome, we remain loyal and dedicated to fully supporting our student-athletes and our coaches…”

He’s on the mother.  Regardless of the outcome.

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11 responses to “Quite the resume, Butts-Mehre.

  1. 81Dog

    Shorter McJughead: It’s ultimately my responsibility, by which I mean it’s someone else’s fault when UGA doesn’t win, because we are giving them plenty of tools.

    I can’t wait to see an unshaven, raggedly dressed McGarity out in front of a UGA flag on the front lawn of BM, surrounded by BM staffers who’ve “volunteered” to support him, chanting “THEY WILL NOT DIVIDE US” into a webcam. Shia LaBeouf would be proud.

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  2. Granthams replacement

    McGarity translates to Mediocrity in Turkish.

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  3. Irwin R. Fletcher

    when we win, we celebrate alongside each sport.

    And when we lose, I can put the budget we set aside for party hats and cookie cakes towards the reserve fund….

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  4. Bulldog Joe

    “Regardless of the outcome, we remain loyal and dedicated to fully supporting our student-athletes and our coaches…”

    Georgia’s consistently low conference ranking in COA student-athlete stipends, coaching compensation, and athletic operating budgets indicates otherwise.

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  5. JCDAWG83

    Whatever; fans keep sending in donations and buying tickets, until the checks slow down nothing will change.

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  6. Tlkdawg

    I’m pretty sure I already know what the outcome will be. Feel like I’ve seen this movie before

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  7. Nashville West

    Has anybody calculated the support to celebrate ratio(failure to success) this year. It feels like it’s about 30 to 1.

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  8. Bulldog Joe

    The number of cleats hanging on the wire at Foley Field after yesterday’s Stricklin announcement should not be taken as a sign of support.

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  9. Dawg19

    “Ask not what your Athletic Director can do for you…ask what you can do for your Atheltic Director.”

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