For those of you questioning what sort of information comes out of Open Records requests from the media, you might want to review Seth Emerson’s chat from yesterday.
… Most of the time the FOIAs result in things like coaches’ contracts and salaries, non-conference scheduling news, NCAA secondary violations, etc. But there have been several other good stories that probably only saw the light of day via FOIA. There are too many to list, but one that jumps to mind is a few years ago when Chip discovered that Mark Richt had been paying some staff members out of his own pocket, because of Damon Evans’ perceived unwillingness to do so.
Maybe that doesn’t matter to you. Or maybe you think it’s a distraction that holds the athletic department back from achieving greatness. As a blogger trying to assess why the program succeeds or fails, I find that stuff of interest.
Read the whole thing. Seth probably spent more time discussing the topic than he wanted, but it sounds to me like there are Georgia fans trying to figure out why the change in the law matters. If you haven’t thought about it, maybe you should, too.