What we're not overreacting to in the SEC after Week 9
Here’s what we’re not overreacting to in the SEC after Week 9:
Georgia coach Mark Richt is in trouble:
Georgia under Richt has run out of ideas https://t.co/RuH3roOFvm
— Mark Bradley (@MarkBradleyAJC) November 1, 2015
Mark Richt has had a sizable group of detractors for several years. It’s been xx years since Georgia won an SEC title and the Bulldogs always seem to bring in an elite recruiting class.
But this year is different. Failing to win the weaker East Division the past two years as upstart Missouri earned the spot in Atlanta intensified the criticism. Starting a transfer at quarterback who couldn’t start at Virginia, falling flat against Alabama then blowing a big lead at Tennessee have convinced former Richt supporters that it’s time for a change.
On Saturday, Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Mark Bradley called for Georgia to find another coach.
LSU at Alabama is the game of the year in the SEC, if not the nation:
— AP Top 25 (@AP_Top25) October 25, 2015