Greg McGarrity’s got ’em.
I realize I’m late to the party on this one, so I apologize to our two readers, but seeing as how the Dawgosphere seems loathe to give McGarrity credit for anything, allow me to salute our AD on offering the proper response regarding the well-intentioned but ultimately misguided “Herschel Walker Statue Project.”
“What I’ve told people is we’ll consider it at the right time, but the right time is not right now,” McGarity said.
Yes sir. As far as I’m concerned, erecting a statue to honor a player from 30 years ago, no matter how great, seems like a colossal waste for anyone receiving an annual salary from the University to spend their time. Besides, poor McGarrity is probably busy enough wrapping his head around the fact that there are some UGA fans who are clamoring for a 9-game SEC schedule which, combined with their distaste for McGarrity’s beloved cupcake games and their passion for a certain nonsensical neutral site game played in one participant’s backyard, seemingly provides Georgia with the most difficult road to a championship of any kind, with as few home games as possible.