There is so much fellating in this puff piece about Greg McGarity, Savior of Georgia’s Schedule, that Bradley’s jaw still has to be sore.
What’s especially amusing is that Bradley credits McGarity with the sudden upgrade in opponents on future schedules (“an AD can make a schedule”) without bothering to explain why the change in heart from the way the same AD was scheduling the past eight years. (HINT: There isn’t one.)
And, for that matter, it’s funny how Bradley’s claim that “Georgia’s home schedule is largely a function of its fans’ insistence on keeping the Florida game in Jacksonville” as an excuse for those previous “tepid” schedules inexplicably no longer seems to burden our intrepid hero. I mean, last time I checked, we fans remain as selfishly insistent about going to Jacksonville as ever. (Not to mention Greg still likes cashing those big checks the city sends him every year.)
But why let logic get in the way of a good slurping? I mean, “… but if McGarity retires tomorrow (guessing he won’t), he has set his legacy” is borderline fanfic.
Maybe one day, if you’re lucky enough, somebody will look at you the way Bradley looks at McGarity.