It's just a weird vibe around UGA. Almost like the school would feel guilty acting like a real football power.Thankfully, Blutarsky took the time to write something that hit the nail on the head:
— Dan Wolken (@DanWolken) November 3, 2014
What they’re unwilling to give any hard thought to is how to win doing things the right way. Whether that’s out of a sense of guilt, as Wolken surmises, or because it’s too hard to make the effort, I can’t say. But it’s clear, and not just to me.The one thing I'd add is that 'the right way' isn't a binary decision. There are plenty of things that are the right way, that frankly it feels we are afraid to do as an athletic department. This isn't a fire Richt or even a fire McGarity sentiment. This is a view that the decision makers view success in a different way than the rest of us do. Which is why Blutarsky sums his post up with
Because if the folks in Butts-Mehre are anything these days, it’s comfortable.And as long as there is plenty of money and butts in seats, I don't see that changing.