Georgia Football has been brought back to respectability thanks to Mark Richt. But over the past few seasons, complacency has set in the program, and this could be due to internal issues we may not know about.
Since the departure of David Green and David Pollack, UGA has not had the same bad-boy swagger. Now in his 11th season with the ‘Dawgs, Richt oddly does not have the luxury of being a coach who can lose a few games. After the firing of defensive coordinator Willie Martinez, there are no more excuses.
Richt must first get rid of the “soft” label.
He is a stand-up guy who is everything we want in a coach personality wise, but a job of this magnitude requires a lot of effort and time. Richt has to learn how to seperate his professional life and overly generous charity life very soon or he may find himself without a job.
This slideshow will present several things UGA must improve in 2011.