Meanwhile, on the discipline front

While The University of Georgia proudly claims its spot as one of the conference’s harshest on punishments for arrests and drug usage, Georgia Tech appears to be cracking down real hard. 

Yep, a fight amongst a fraternity. What’d he do. Threaten to take away their pocket protectors?

Look, I’m all for player discipline…as long as everyone else plays by the same rules.

Its an idealistic suggestion by President Adams for UGA ‘to be a leader and not a follower’ in drug testing and discipline issues. Here’s the problem. The Alabamas and LSUs of college football could care less about player discipline – they’re in this business to win not games, but championships.

Georgia, it appears is in it to win games and generate revenue, but not championships.

Lugnut Dawg

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3 Responses to “Meanwhile, on the discipline front”


  1. 1 Booger Presley April 26, 2012 at 4:19 pm

    You gotta love the prototypical Ivy League sized lineman.

  2. 2 JaxDawg05 April 27, 2012 at 8:18 am

    I’m ok with having a coach in Mark Richt that offers scholarships that are actually available and doesn’t create medical hardships for players that don’t live up to expectations. It also doesn’t bother me that he also follows through with a tough but fair drug testing policy. I guess I’ll have to stomach the fact that Coach Richt actually cares for these young men and wants to make the World a better place by providing a few more husbands, fathers and leaders. Sure crystal footballs are nice, but at what cost? Go Dawgs.

  3. 3 AC April 27, 2012 at 10:06 am

    I think the Bamas and LSUs actually couldn’t care less. They don’t seem to care at all.


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