Saturday, August 6, 2011

Georgia thought Boise State's Kellen Moore was an ex-Bronco.

In another sign of the coming Dawgageddon, Georgia head football coach Mark Richt told Atlanta radio station 680 the Fan that He and Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity had thought Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore had graduated before the Dawgs agreed to play the Broncos in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game on Sept. 3.

"[The athletic director] came to me with that and he was like, ‘Well, that quarterback's a senior and he's leaving.' I really didn't look at it. I knew that he had been there a long enough time that he was probably on the way out. After we signed on the dotted line, then I went and looked at the depth chart and realized he was still there. Then I was hoping he would turn pro early and he didn't do that."

So McGarity and Richt thought Kellen more had graduated. This doesn't quite allay any fears that Georgia is losing its manhood (Dawghood?) as a football program.  Or that McGarity is the right man to head the UGA athletic department. Come back, Damon Evans, all is forgiven.

(via Deadspin)

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