- Aug 15, 2014
We hired Collins. We went social media crazy. We made our home games unattractive to many fans. We sold out to a new culture designed to appeal to kids and ignore fans. Fans put up with this in the hope it would bring better results. But, the results were horrible. Being completely uncompetitive with Georgia and not just losing but getting annihilated by them and other big time opponents made us look really bad. Our best player and coach have abandoned ship. We have created a situation that makes us less attractive to players, their parents, assistant coaches and fans. If Georgia had three years as pathetic as our last three years, we would rightfully consider Georgia's collapse as a great recruiting and fan base expanding opportunity for us. It would also give us a chance to get better media coverage. I don't think many objective people would dispute that.Never said I'm happy. You said that the mutts wIere stronger because of the past three years, and I asked how did three years factor them getting in for 2017 season. You dodged it, because you're full of öööö.
Georgia has been better than us for most of my whole adult life. But, it took three years of Stansbury and Collins for Georgia to win its first national championship since 1980. We might never be as good as they are, but we can win a few recruiting battles with them if we just move up in class to "well coached." When we improve, it hurts Georgia in many ways. When we get mired in three win seasons, it helps them in many ways.