Question . . . . Think there is enough diversity on this board to mention the following . . . .
With the exception of Jonas Hayes, do not see where any coaches that are black are being talked about or considered for the vacant coaching job.
Black players make up the majority of basketball and football. What are the reason(s) there is such silence? Can black players make up the majority of the game but cannot move past the playing stage?
An example of the above in football. Short and to the point . . . . Coach Dell McGee has proven that he can and does go into the "communities" and make recruiting changes quickly. Several before McGee did not come close to keeping talented young men "home".
From where I sit, some serious soul searching needs to occur.
Take the time to watch a Hunter coached basketball team. Coach Hunter is the man that can begin to "build a fence" around Georgia in basketball. Easy decision for most, for McGarity, needs to grab his tennis racket and move on.
Georgia Basketball is going to be one of many chasing a few small number of top head coaching candidates right now and it’s going to have to move fast.
Heads and subheads all over the internet like the one above.
Sooner or later some come to understand that we have talented coaches in the State of Georgia. Have others outside the State of Georgia that have not and will not get all of the press coverage that has dominated the sport for too long.
Another good piece of work by Seth Emerson. If you have not read the article below, encourage you to do so.
Living in the Sunshine State, have close ties with many sports related folks. Frankly Georgia has become the butt of many jokes that I listen to on occasion. For some time now on this board it has been suggested and requested that Greg McGarity is shown the door, that would be the EXIT. Can say this about the gators . . . . they sure as heck did not want McGarity back in Gainesville, Florida.
Greg McGarity was the worst hire in the history of Georgia Athletics. Say again, read what Emerson had to say below . . . . Take into consideration what departing Mark Fox had to say about the athletic director, ties in closely with Emerson's words below.