One More On Richt

David Hale made another post clearing some more air about Coach Richt’s decision to sit in on the offensive meetings and this stuck out the most, in addition to what I said earlier:

It says that Richt has made a decision about what kind of coach he wants to be, and that doesn’t mean simply following in the footsteps of his mentor.

Richt saw his mentor and idol go the way of the dodo because he was too detached and not willing to change.  Coach Richt is a smart man, and while we may get frustrated at some of his decisions, he knows how to a) coach up an offense and develop quarterbacks and b) be an effective head coach at a top level program.

Again, this disproves the theory that Coach Richt is simply sitting idly by watching his castle he built in Athens crumble and is a “lame duck”.   He is being proactive in making sure he gets UGA back to where it was a few years ago and beyond.


Go Dawgs!


4 Responses to “One More On Richt”

  1. 1 BuyPropertyUcheeDawg! April 1, 2010 at 7:08 am

    While I think Richt is taking the right steps to change the ills of our program, this is by no means ‘proactive’. This is totally reactive. Being proactive would have been cleaning house when he first saw the warning signs.

  2. 2 Corbindawg April 1, 2010 at 7:15 am

    You are correct. Wrong word used. But I think this does dispell the critics that he is doing nothing at all.

  3. 3 BuyPropertyUcheeDawg! April 1, 2010 at 7:21 am

    very true. i am a reformed critic myself.

  4. 4 Granite April 1, 2010 at 7:57 am

    The first step to recovery is admittance. I just hope for all of us you don’t fall off the wagon October 31.

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