|Extremely apologetic Richt|
Is Evil Richt a real thing? It sure looks like Richt is getting less guarded in his
- Some games ARE personal. Blutarsky pointed this out, but he admits they aren't all just business trips. Some do mean more than others. You think Spurrier doesn't still tote water over his 35 year old nightmares about Bill Stanfill coming around the end unblocked? Don't think Saban wants to beat LSU to show them he really IS the bastard they think he is? Letting games be personal is a good first step.
- Not every practice produces awesome results. Calling out your QBs in scrimmages for six turnovers is appropriate. Hell, it is needed. Same goes for calling out guys for mailing in practices. And your first string defense for not stopping the second team at the goal line.
- Firing players without actually saying their names or giving platitudes or reasons why, especially when we all know the reason why.
- No more energy bus. More Jarvis Jones kicking ass.
- [OH GOD PLEASE LET THE GOATEE COME BACK]
Perhaps Surly Richt is a better way to phrase it? I don't know. Until I see us keep the foot on the gas for a whole game when we are dominating someone (think the Auburn Blackout game; for an alternative treatment see the Outback Bowl), I'll not believe...although the Missouri or Vanderbilt games would be a good time to start making a believer out of me.
When we do that for a whole season, then we'll know Evil Richt is here.