Found June 04, 2013 on
Going into the 2011 season, a hot topic on sports talk radio was whether Georgia coach Mark Richt would be fired after the season.Richt's first - and only - losing season in 2010, seemingly caused a huge over reaction with at least a portion of the Bulldog faithful.We likely will never know how many of the 10-wins Georgia recorded that year were needed for the coach to retain his position.But it is beyond doubt that there was a move a-foot for a change in leadership at the time.Maybe it is a result of back-to-back SEC Championship Game appearances - though both losses - and maybe people took notice of the absolute mess that became of the rush to change in Knoxville.Whatever the reason, the talk has moved on to other subjects. As a result, Mark Richt and his yearly average of 10-3 move forward into year 13 in Athens. For now, the local talk is about how close the Bulldogs came to playing for a national title in 2012 and speculation about getting on over the hump this year.Georgia...
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The Georgia Bulldogs promoted Jonas Hayes to Assistant Coach.
Jonas Hayes joined the Georgia Bulldogs staff in May ’12. He served as Operations Coordinator last college basketball season.
“Jonas has done a terrific job for us and he has earned the opportunity to move up,” Georgia Bulldogs head b-ball coach Mark Fox said. “His love of Georgia, connections in this region,...