"..what becomes of the newbies? Would you rather both red-shirt?
Speaking of questions, do not care for any of these queries:
Today, I figured it made sense to take a minute to look at who the biggest question marks might be. T Kyle addresses a subject that is probably serious, as a big fan of personal responsibility and individualism, I leave the question to sociologists and academics. I certainly do love the ways he closes:
Accordingly, our fixation on football in these trying times not only isn’t unhealthy, it’s actually a pretty sound long-term strategy. Train up a child in the way he should go, and, when he is older, he will graduate from the University of Georgia, get a good job, and cheer for the Red and Black.
“Georgia’s the one that has to be scared. Not us.”
Head coaches aren’t the only ones making big bucks these days. Take a look at the five highest-paid assistant coaches, many of them head coaches-in-waiting, in the country:
We know Mark Richt can coach football. What we still don’t know after eight years of watching is whether he’s pragmatic enough to be a national championship coach."