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Since: Jul 10

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#1 Sep 22, 2010
if UGA decides to fire Coach Richt, who do ya'll think they will bring to coach?
Bastion Booger

Brookville, PA

#2 Sep 22, 2010
peace_love12 wrote:
if UGA decides to fire Coach Richt, who do ya'll think they will bring to coach?
Bobby Bowden has got the job nailed down dad gummit!
Dawggonit

United States

#3 Sep 22, 2010
Kirby gets my vote

Since: Jul 10

United States

#5 Sep 23, 2010
UGA is one of the most underachieving college football programs in the country. And preacher boy richt doesnt have what it takes to have a national championship. Florida or Alabama could win it all with the talent Richt has there. So back to the point. If they fire Richt they would go after Kirby. But i don't think he will go. They will go after Will Muschamp. Which he will never leave Texas.
I believe Kirby hangs around Bama takes over when Saban retires. I wouldn't blame him either. who wouldn't wanna stay there. Roll Tide!!! UGA Sucks
By the way forget school ties with this one Kirby did play ball there, but if he really wanted to go back he would have already done it. bama matched UGA's offer of $750k and if he was passionate about UGA and wanted to come back he would have then. Uga isn't some magical place that lures good coach's with their one national championship 20 something odd years ago.
dazed

Montgomery, AL

#6 Sep 24, 2010
Amen!!!
Really

United States

#7 Sep 24, 2010
You really think Kirby would be a good head coach?? I think he would fail. I think that's why he has stayed under Saban's wing this whole time.
Richt is a great coach. He was great at FSU and he is great at UGA. Every team goes through their hard years. I love to see UGA fail but I hate to see Richt fail.
UGA has a decent team but they have no leadership from the players. UGA is a team that plays on emotion. They need someone to step up and be that leader that's been missing since Stafford left.

Since: Jul 10

United States

#8 Sep 24, 2010
Yes i believe Kirby will be a good head coach. But it won't be at Georgia. Their are only a few coach's the could turn that program around. Kirby has stayed under Sabans wing because he is learning from the best. Look at all the coachs that are head football coaches in d-1 football that coached for him. Their isn't another coach in college football like Saban. By the way Stafford wasn't a great leader he was an under achiever. Look at all the talent he had around him and they still were 2nd best. Leaders pull the team togather and win the tuff games which Stafford never did. Richt had to pull gimmicks to get his team fired up like the black out against florida which he payed for against bama.

“Conservative not Republican”

Since: Mar 09

Myrtle Beach, SC

#9 Sep 24, 2010
peace_love12 wrote:
if UGA decides to fire Coach Richt, who do ya'll think they will bring to coach?
Richt won't be fired anytime soon. He is a great coach and will do great things at UGA. This season so far they are handcuffed AJ Green being on suspension. He is maybe the best player in the country, any team would be crippled with that loss. Aaron Murray is a RS Freshman, if the players around him can stay out of jail GA will be a team to be reckoned with in '11 and '12. Besides all that Richt has been very successful at UGA: http://www.georgiadogs.com/sports/m-footbl/mt...

Head Coach Mark Richt came to Georgia with the motto, "Finish the drill." After nine seasons between the hedges, he's demonstrated what that means by winning two SEC Championships (2002,'05), three SEC Eastern Division titles and tied for another, and his 90-27 record is third best in the country in winning percentage among active coaches (.769). And his emphasis on graduation has come to fruition as 173 Bulldog players have earned their degrees since December, 2001.

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#10 Sep 25, 2010
Really wrote:
You really think Kirby would be a good head coach?? I think he would fail. I think that's why he has stayed under Saban's wing this whole time.
Richt is a great coach. He was great at FSU and he is great at UGA. Every team goes through their hard years. I love to see UGA fail but I hate to see Richt fail.
UGA has a decent team but they have no leadership from the players. UGA is a team that plays on emotion. They need someone to step up and be that leader that's been missing since Stafford left.
i agree with everything you just said except about Kirby! i don't think that he's ready just yet for a head coaching job, but he's gonna be a damn good one when he gets one! now how you gonna come on a bainbridge forum and talk about our hometown boy like that? haha. and about stafford, he was probably one of the greatest quarterbacks thats ever been at UGA but everyone needs to just give Murray some time for growth in his position, i think in the next couple of years he's gonna be good for us! We're definetly going through a hard year, but i still BELIEVE in Richt my dawgs!

Since: Jul 10

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#11 Sep 25, 2010
Turk Myrtle Beach wrote:
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Richt won't be fired anytime soon. He is a great coach and will do great things at UGA. This season so far they are handcuffed AJ Green being on suspension. He is maybe the best player in the country, any team would be crippled with that loss. Aaron Murray is a RS Freshman, if the players around him can stay out of jail GA will be a team to be reckoned with in '11 and '12. Besides all that Richt has been very successful at UGA: http://www.georgiadogs.com/sports/m-footbl/mt...
Head Coach Mark Richt came to Georgia with the motto, "Finish the drill." After nine seasons between the hedges, he's demonstrated what that means by winning two SEC Championships (2002,'05), three SEC Eastern Division titles and tied for another, and his 90-27 record is third best in the country in winning percentage among active coaches (.769). And his emphasis on graduation has come to fruition as 173 Bulldog players have earned their degrees since December, 2001.
agreed:)

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#12 Sep 25, 2010
jinx_1 wrote:
Yes i believe Kirby will be a good head coach. But it won't be at Georgia. Their are only a few coach's the could turn that program around. Kirby has stayed under Sabans wing because he is learning from the best. Look at all the coachs that are head football coaches in d-1 football that coached for him. Their isn't another coach in college football like Saban. By the way Stafford wasn't a great leader he was an under achiever. Look at all the talent he had around him and they still were 2nd best. Leaders pull the team togather and win the tuff games which Stafford never did. Richt had to pull gimmicks to get his team fired up like the black out against florida which he payed for against bama.
come on now, was he really the #1 draft pick for no reason? he lead us through very tough games! ex. 1: when we played Alabama in '07, he lead us to a "W" in overtime! you can't blame the guy for leaving us for the NFL, he had to think about his future and his options! We were "named" 2nd best because ESPN screwed us over and wouldn't let us play for a national championship.
my view

Valdosta, GA

#13 Sep 25, 2010
peace_love12 wrote:
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i agree with everything you just said except about Kirby! i don't think that he's ready just yet for a head coaching job, but he's gonna be a damn good one when he gets one! now how you gonna come on a bainbridge forum and talk about our hometown boy like that? haha. and about stafford, he was probably one of the greatest quarterbacks thats ever been at UGA but everyone needs to just give Murray some time for growth in his position, i think in the next couple of years he's gonna be good for us! We're definetly going through a hard year, but i still BELIEVE in Richt my dawgs!
i agree with everything you said BUT stafford, he didn't hold a candle to david green and dj shockley, those were the the best they have had in a very long time

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#14 Oct 3, 2010
my view wrote:
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i agree with everything you said BUT stafford, he didn't hold a candle to david green and dj shockley, those were the the best they have had in a very long time
yeah green had stafford, but that sure as hell doesn't make satfford a bad qb! he got the job done also!
Really

Reynolds, GA

#15 Oct 4, 2010
Im not sure what yall have been watching but it is clearly the coaching staff that has held these boys back. BoBo is so predictable.. I think that Georgia does have the talent.. Especially to be better than 1 and 4 that is just an embarressment (sp) to GA FANS..And I am not a fair wheathered fan.. I love them when they stink and I love them when they are great .. But when they have the talent to be great and stink.......... We need to look a little closer at the problem.. Our boys are not disaplined. And that comes from the coaching staff... I dont know about Richt leaving but it is past time for BOBO to GOGO!!!!!!

Since: Jul 10

United States

#16 Oct 4, 2010
sure the coaching staff is part off the problem. but to say the coachs are responsible for the players behavior is stupid. i guess Richt is supposed to walk around holding hands with the players saying you can't do this you know your mama wouldn't like that. man that would be fun to watch. I'm not a georgia fan by any means mostly because i hate the sunshine pumping geogia fans. so im not going to look at with my red and black glasses on like most uga fans. Richt is a good coach, but Bobo needs to go. the 3-4 defense will work but it needs time you need a big fast d line men and line backers and time to build quality depth which ga doesnt have. Also recruiting is like a puzzle and richt doesnt have the right pieces to but it all togather. You have to recruit the right people no matter how many stars they get from rivals or espn
my view

Valdosta, GA

#17 Oct 4, 2010
peace_love12 wrote:
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yeah green had stafford, but that sure as hell doesn't make satfford a bad qb! he got the job done also!
i never said he was a bad qb, i was just saying there has been others that have been better is all, and don't get me wrong i thought he was pretty darn good myself!
Sports fan

Americus, GA

#18 Oct 5, 2010
I think Kirby made the wright decision staying at Alabama. Georgias program is out of control, no discipline and lack of proper leadership. Kirby didn't need to be associated with Richt and Georgia. It most like would hamper Kirby's chances of getting the Georgia job, if and when it becomes open had he been at Georgia. We will have to wait and see what happens. Mississippi State coach would be an excellent choice.
Fan

United States

#21 Oct 19, 2010
You can't get rid of a coach everytime you have a losing season!
just saying

Valdosta, GA

#22 Oct 20, 2010
Fan wrote:
You can't get rid of a coach everytime you have a losing season!
yeah right!!!!!!! lol, tell that crap to the alumni and the boosters that fire coaches every year because of loosing seasons! lol being a head coach for college or the pros is a cutthroat business!

“Conservative not Republican”

Since: Mar 09

Myrtle Beach, SC

#23 Oct 20, 2010
Not so much for 1 losing season though. It usually takes a pattern of losing before they get dismissed. (Ray Goff)

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