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You've made your bed. Now...

Will Leitch watches yesterday’s presser and nails the underlying message:

The move to fire Richt was, in this way, the precise reactionary one that Georgia has always claimed it wasn’t about.

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Battle of wills

Assuming the rumors about Kirby Smart and Georgia are true – and at this point they’re so universal it’s almost impossible to discount them – there’s a fascinating dynamic in play that will give us an early indication of who’s in control of the football program.  420 more words

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Deep breaths, people.

Just a reminder, as Jacob Eason prepares to take an official visit to Gainesville, Florida, that what’s going on right now for Georgia as McGarity figures out whom to hand the reins to next is bigger than one recruit, even one as important to the team’s immediate future as Eason appears to be. 156 more words

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When the going gets tough, the tough get recruiting.

Great home visit with my boy @CoachBmacUGA #godawgs 💯🔥🐶🐶 pic.twitter.com/YIx6fK0DIV

— Aaron Dowdell (@Biga_75) December 1, 2015

I mocked the administration yesterday for its disorganized approach to Georgia’s recruiting in the interim period between Mark Richt and his successor, but there’s a flip side to that coin that deserves to be acknowledged.

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Off again, on again

Honestly, this is approaching comedy now.

UGA had an abrupt change of plans on Monday, and decided to send its football coaches out on the road to recruit on Monday, DawgNation has learned.

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My biggest question from today's presser...

… probably isn’t what you might expect.  Here’s what Richt said in response to a question about his future plans:

Mark Richt: “I’ll say this — if and when I do coach again, I’m looking forward to coaching again in terms of being more hands-on.

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Better get that search firm moving, Greg.

Per Mark Schlabach,

Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart, a former Georgia defensive back, is considered the leading candidate for the job. One high-ranking UGA official told ESPN.com that Smart, 39, had to be the “only choice.” Smart has been the Crimson Tide’s defensive coordinator for the past eight seasons and directed defenses that helped them win three national championships since 2009.

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