The cream rises to the top.



I wonder if he’ll hang on as long as Richt managed to.


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14 responses to “The cream rises to the top.

  1. Derek

    What UGA sports programs are worse off now than at the time of Damon’s departure?


    • You talking about right now only, or including all the years of wandering in the wilderness, too?


    • Governor Milledge

      Serious response – Women’s Basketball. Andy Landers took them to the Sweet Sixteen in the year before and year after Damon’s canning (2010).

      In contrast, the team failed to make the tourney this year and lost early in the SEC tourney. By my quick count, Landers failed to make the NCAA tourney in 3 out of his 25 years as HC, and Taylor has already missed the NCAA tourney twice in 4 years as HC.


      • Derek

        Agreed. Women’s soccer would be the other. The rest are either the same are improved as far as I’m aware. Some like football, baseball and track are really improved.

        Overall, I think you’d be hard pressed to say when the sports programs have been, from top to bottom, have been in better shape.


  2. Should the spring sports teams finish in the top 5 each, shit man , he’ll look like a friggin’ genius


    • Texas Dawg

      I think you hit the nail on the head with he will LOOK like a genius, not that he is a genius. Even blind squirrels find an acorn every now and then.


      • Classic City Canine

        Yup. McGarity can only lay claim to a fraction of whatever success we’re currently experiencing and he sure tolerated a lot of mediocrity for a while before 2017-2018 rolled around.


  3. Doug

    Goddammit, dude, I thought you were leading up to a report that LSU was considering going after McGarity. Don’t tease me like that.


  4. Bulldog Joe

    Once the case was made that underfunded baseball and basketball programs were bad for football recruiting, things changed at Georgia.