In college football, figuring out the right time to fire a coachis very often a pretty simple task. Well, unless you’re thenutcases at New Mexico, but hey, there’s always a knuckleheadin the bunch.You hire a coach, he loses a bunch more than he wins, and thenyou fire him. Pretty simple formula, refer to Ed Orgeron, TyroneWillingham and John Mackovic for specific examples.But of course there are those other instances where things arejust a little more complicated. Take Bobby Bowden’sprotracted swan song at Florida State, where he wouldn’tleave the bar despite the fact that the bartender was announcingclosing time with a bullhorn.Call it the case of the coach who’s won a bunch, but notas many lately. What do you do if you’re the school employinghim? Heck, the guy’s done some great work for you, so youhave to give credit where credit is due. But you just can’tescape that nagging feeling that maybe, MAYBE, this coach’sbest days are behind him…Which brings me to Georgia coach Mark Richt. You know, the guywho revived the school’s football fortunes after a decade ofthe 90’s that would just as soon be forgotten in Athens. Thesame Mark Richt who has more 10-win seasons (6) than Nick Saban(4)…in… Read full this story
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