I’ve made a concerted effort not to rain on Josh Brooks’ parade since he took over as AD, but then he goes and says something like this:
If that sounds familiar, it’s only because it should.
McGarity, who played and coached tennis at Georgia and worked in its athletic administration before leaving for Florida, said “there is nothing greater than being part of championships. That’s why we do what we do.
“At the end of the day,” he continued, “all the time you put in at the office, the fun comes when you’re competing for championships and you see what these coaches have done over a number of years to finally get to the top of the mountain and you’re able to be just a small piece of that.”
Yeah, that worked out well, especially the accountability part.
Let’s face it, the only results that really matter are the ones that show up on the bank statements. As long as Brooks follows in McGarity’s footsteps on that front, I predict a long career is in store for him. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose, and all that…