Who Is this guy and What Has Happened to the AJC?

Mike In ValdostaCorrespondent IOctober 7, 2009

ATHENS, GA - OCTOBER 03: Quarterback Jordan Jefferson #9 of the Louisiana State University Tigers runs the offense against the Georgia Bulldogs at Sanford Stadium on October 3, 2009 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
I don't know Ken Sugiura, apparently he now covers the Georgia Bulldogs along with Tim Tucker. Apparently recruiting coverage is more important to the mavens on Marietta Street, because I sure do miss Chip Towers.
Ken may turn out to be a great sportswriter, but so far he appears to be more of a producer in waiting. His skill set may be more inclined to hitting record and transcribing.

It's not his fault the AJC sent this article out on a RSS feed today. I am sure I would not have reacted so harshly had it not been three days late, but they did, and I am reacting.

Apparently, the AJC still thinks people read their paper to find out what happened, as in what happened to everybody that watched the game. No new insight, no added value, no angle, no nothing.

Who thinks Les Miles is letting Jordan Jefferson call his own plays?

Scott's run buries Georgia  | ajc.com
"[Running back] Charles [Scott] was running the ball good all game, so you might as well just keep feeding him," said Jefferson.

Perhaps Jefferson has a future as an offensive coordinator. On a play called "3 Read," Scott took the handoff from Jefferson and broke Georgia's heart.