I had my family before I came to Georgia. It will be a quiet pulling for my son. But I’m glad we have we do have the private box; my wife will be more vocal. . . .
I wish it was not at a school so close and competitive, but Derek would remind me that I left Auburn and came across the Chattahoochee to Georgia.
— Vince Dooley confesses that he will be rooting for Tennessee against Georgia
I'm sorry, but he's just wrong. Vince was hired as the head coach at Georgia at the end of 1963. His son, Derek, was born in June 1968. No, he didn't have his family---at least, not this member of it---before he came to Georgia.
If that's his attitude, maybe Urban Meyer is right and Vince needs to buy a ticket in the visiting section. I now allow for the possibility that we all owe Michael Adams an apology.
Going over to orange is a line a Georgia man does not cross.