Mark Richt uses the A-word to describe his team’s mindset in the wake of the Liberty Bowl loss:
In the long run, the 10-6 loss to Central Florida in the Liberty Bowl may have served a positive purpose. It spurred some personnel changes, as head coach Mark Richt alluded earlier this week.
“It was certainly something that jump-started our offseason,” Richt said. “A bunch of guys I think believed that at that point, and I believed as the head coach, we’re gonna find out who’s all-in and who’s not. You know, you’re either in or you’re out. You decide. And I’m not gonna be mad if you’re out, just get out. You know. If you’re in, good, then you do it the way we say. I think the guys understood that’s the way it’s gotta be, and I think it helped us in that way more than anybody else.”
Interestingly, Richt sounds like a man who thinks his work on that front is finished.
He said Sunday that he felt there was positive momentum in the program, and that likely wouldn’t be derailed by a