Full disclosure: I have a degree from the University of Florida. However, I have never rooted for any of their teams, worn any Gator paraphernalia, or done anything whatsoever to detract from my loyalty to my original alma mater, the University of Georgia, when it comes to athletics.
Similarly, anyone who has listened to Greg McGarity since he came back home knows how he responds to the loyalty questions. He just says that he learned a lot from Jeremy Foley, he and his wife really enjoyed their time in Florida, but they're glad to be back in Athens and he's happy to be representing the University of Georgia. He's the epitome of class.
Will Muschamp, on the other hand, has publicly described his time at his alma mater as "temporary insanity" now that he works for UF. Look, I can't begrudge the guy for taking the Florida job. As a coach, it is one of the three or four best/easiest jobs in the country, particularly as long as Miami and FSU stay in the tank. But he has repeatedly refused to say the first good thing about the University of Georgia despite the fact that he got his first opportunity in college football in Athens when Spurrier and the Gators wouldn't give him the time of day. It wouldn't hurt if he could show a little gratitude for where he is today, much as Mr. McGarity often does.
If we're fortunate enough to win on Saturday night, I'm certainly going to take a little more enjoyment at the idea that it just might be the first step toward putting a major black mark on the career of this ungrateful SOB.