Originally written on The Lady Sportswriter  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Stewart Mandel has spoken and he still doesn’t believe the University of Georgia is in the same league as Florida, Alabama, or even Miami (the hell?), but he does think the team’s head coach gets a bum rap where his hard-line on discipline is concerned: Hi Stewart. I don’t understand the criticism toward Mark Richt and Georgia for having disciplinary problems after the Isaiah Crowell dismissal last week. It is clear to me that UGA has one of the more stringent disciplinary standards in college football. Here is a young man who clearly has a five-cent head and the potential to make it on the next level, and Coach Richt gave him a couple of chances last year; he had to know the consequences of screwing up again and yet he did. Why do you think Richt is being branded as running a program for problem children? – Wayne Mancil, St. Augustine, Fla. It does seem like the Bulldogs get in trouble more often than players at just about any major program in the country. Among Georgia’s expected returning starters this season, Crowell is now gone and cornerback Branden Smith (marijuana possession), standout safety Bacarri Rambo (second failed drug test) [...]
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