As Tommy Tuberville packs up his office on the Plains, I'm realizing that in two years Mark Richt will have finished up his first decade at the University of Georgia. Absolute best case scenario (in my mind) is two more SEC titles and a BCS title if everything else falls into place. Let's assume, though, that over the next two years we simply split with UF. Mark Richt and UGA over the last ten years will be a staggering 3-7 vs. the Gators. Two wins over the next two year will be 4-6, but if we work with numbers and odds the chances are actually much better (unfortunately) that the Dawgs will go 0-2 and leave the overall slate over the 10 year span at 2-8.
I ask all of this as a simple question of sustained success overall but continued bedwetting against the Gators. If things remain the same (competitive against everyone else and piss-poor against UF) will there be talk about a change in regime? I think most of us might have assumed Richt was at UGA for the long-haul, but I really do wonder what he's going to have to start doing vs. Florida specifically in order to stay in Athens.
Again, I put this forward simply for discussion since I don't have any Dawg fans here in Alabama to discuss this with. I don't know where I come down on it, either. I've just been thinking about this in light of the recent Tuberville "resignation".
Also, I don't really feel like proofreading this, so that's that.