Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt has long been criticized for not being able to get the job done when it comes to winning a national championship.
In his fourteen years as head coach in Athens, Richt has led the team to six SEC Championship games and has won two of them, while making a bowl game in every year.
Despite having some of the top players in the country the last decade and a half and bringing a winning attitude to Athens, fans still are unhappy about not being able to bring home a National Championship.
According to Saturday Down South, a young Georgia fan called into The Paul Finebaum Show and argued for Richt basically needing to have the mindset of national championship or bust over the next few seasons.
While Finebaum didn’t really agree with the youngster by the name of Carson, the thirteen-year-old did bring up some valid points as to why Dawg Nation should be looking for answers in the near future.
Carson has only been alive for 13 of the 35 years that Bulldog fans have been waiting for another national championship, but he still has a legitimate gripe with Richt. While I don’t believe Richt should be fired if he were to have a decent year in his fifteenth in Athens, it has got to be frustrating for Bulldog fans, both young and old, to not be able to taste a national title for nearly four decades.
The Bulldogs have a chance to make Carson and the rest of the Bulldog fans happy on Saturday when they open SEC play at Vanderbilt.
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