There’s another one of those “Georgia is the best situation in the SEC” pieces today, by Sports on Earth’s Matt Brown. It’s fun to compare its one caveat to Andy Staples’ paean to the Georgia job, where he wrote in part,
… Add to this great facilities (now that the Bulldogs are building an indoor), great tradition, a sharp athletic director, possibly the best college town in America and the fact that they play in the easier division of the nation’s deepest conference. [Emphasis added.]
Brown’s take is cautiously observant.
… but this program has a sky-high ceiling, provided it gets the right leadership and institutional support, giving it plenty of hope to end the national title drought before too long. [Emphasis added.]
At least we’ve got hope. You can sell a lot of season tickets with hope.