I don't know if I'm a smart fan, I thought they had a chance going in to the game but everything would have to go their way to win. I didn't expect the ass kicking, I expected at worse Alabama would leave Athens with a 4 point win limping and licking their wounds hoping they didn't have to face us again in Atlanta. I won't Richt a part of the program, just not as coach. Thanks! Jonathan Jones
Matt Stafford was the 1st overall pick in 2009. In 7 years, Starting the game tonight, He has a winning percentage of 43% (35-47, which includes 0-2 in the playoffs). This with the best receiver in the NFL.on his team for all 7 years. Why is he not mentioned when they talk about all time overall # 1 pick busts.
I try hard not to harp on Mark Richt. Yet, when I see QB after QB leave the state and have success (i.e. Nick Marshall, Blake Sims, Cam Newton, Deshaun Watson), I really have to begin questioning his decision making.
Furthermore, what frustrates me more is when I hear Georgia fans argue "Who else would do better as coach?". To me that argument epitomizes what it is to be a perennial 2nd place team 1st place loser.
I'd love to hear your thoughts this week....continue the great work.
680 The Fan recipient of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s 2015 National Media Award
ATLANTA, GA. Dickey Broadcasting Company’s (WCNN-AM) Sports Radio 680 The Fan on 93.7FM is honored to be the recipient of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s 2015 National Media Award. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) established the National Media Awards to recognize the outstanding efforts of the print media, digital media, and radio and television broadcasters in educating and informing the public about the LLS and its mission. The recipient of the Award is recognized for demonstrating their continued support of the LLS and having a record of excellence in fundraising and/or promotional support, as well as building awareness for the LLS and its mission. Media Awards are awarded annually.
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