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September 2, 2013

UGA's Drug Policy and Schedule Approach Need to Sync Up

Strategically, we have a disconnect in Athens regarding our drug policy.  You can debate the competitive fairness or the intelligence or even the practicality of having such a rigid drug policy.  But I'm not going to waste my breath on that. UGA's current president will not change our drug policy.'s on Greg McGarity to sync up our drug policy with our scheduling policy. It simply doesn't make sense to have Top 25 opponents on the schedule in Game 1 if we're going to drug test more aggressively and punish more aggressively than our opponents.

Greg didn't book this game. Damon did.

But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be evaluating those two issues and having a more thoughtful approach to what we're trying to do.  



WT said...

agree 100%. I'm conflicted about what the best drug policy is, and I'm conflicted about what the best scheduling philosophy is. However, I'm *not* conflicted that combining an aggressive drug policy with an aggressive early-season schedule is a waste.

TylerDawgden said...

Let me add that McGarity has mentioned he is more likely to schedule early season cupcakes.

Also, did Morgan kick Richt's dog? Damn.

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