In Wednesday’s weekly SEC teleconference, Georgia football coach Mark Richt admitted that the school’s athletic director, Greg McGarity, talked to the conference about an 11 a.m. kickoff time for Saturday’s game at Missouri. Tigers coach Gary Pinkel said his team would have preferred an early start anyway.
In Wednesday’s weekly SEC teleconference, Georgia football coach Mark Richt admitted that the school’s athletic director, Greg McGarity, talked to the conference about an 11 a.m. kickoff time for Saturday’s game at Missouri. Tigers coach Gary Pinkel said his team would have preferred an early start anyway. John Bazemore The Associated Press
In Wednesday’s weekly SEC teleconference, Georgia football coach Mark Richt admitted that the school’s athletic director, Greg McGarity, talked to the conference about an 11 a.m. kickoff time for Saturday’s game at Missouri. Tigers coach Gary Pinkel said his team would have preferred an early start anyway. John Bazemore The Associated Press
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Georgia lobbied for early kickoff time; Missouri doesn’t seem to mind

October 08, 2014 08:56 PM

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