Discussion in 'Sports' started by NYYVol, Dec 8, 2011.
And Texas A&M are supposedly picking up steam per Twatter.
I have been hearing this all over for the last 4 hours......not sure how much stock to put it in. Wouldnt make sense to me, but maybe there are problems with Richt and the AD there...I dont know.
Richt to A&M.. Smart to UGA
Latest rumor burning up the boards at this hour.
What, not Dooley?
That would be a [vagina]. The A&M press guys swear by it. I think it is nothing more than leveraging on Skinny Handsome Fulmer's part, though.
I think Bama is eyeing him at the moment...........
I would love to see this happen.
Yup, Saban disciples arent necessarily tearing it up at HC positions.
Saban himself comes out of the Parcells tree, by way of Belichick, and there have been a number of misses when you shake those branches enough. It is a stupid game to play in some ways, but it gives you some hints about things too.
Richt to........Texas A&M
Seems to be a lot of chatter on VQ about Richt possibly making a jump to A&M. Upon looking on the A&M message board, there is many threads with that chatter and only one that dismisses that being that the UGA AD denied that report.....However, given the Weis departure with Muschoke not even knowing.....There may be some legs to this.
I would LOL, but I doubt he leaves Athens for Texas A&M, when he's a year or two away from becoming a full-time missionary.
I hate being "that guy" but..................
But it's fun to do. It's pretty amazing to sit down and look at how many coaches came from 3 or 4 "trees" so to speak.
Other than $, why would Richt leave UGA?
Feels like it will save his ass, would be my only guess.
Yeah, it would be better to leave on your own terms than to get canned in a year or two
Would TAMU be as forgiving as UGA has been though?
They put up with Sherman for 4 years. I don't see Richt getting 4 more at UGA
He knows his ass would be on a platter if they had Arky, Bammer, and/or LSU on their schedule this year. Arguably the easiest conference schedule in SEC history.
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