Dear New Georgia Football Head Coach . .

When the new Georgia football head coach is announced, he will need a good, harsh dose of Bulldog reality.  

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Dear New Georgia Football Head Coach,

Welcome to the Bulldog Nation. You will find Athens the greatest city in the world. The passion of the Georgia football family is second to none. The love and affection of Bulldogs everywhere will be a blessing to you and your family.

You are fortunate to have the greatest kids anywhere playing college football waiting for your instructions. Lead them well and they will reward you not only on the field, but after their college days are over.

We are happy you are here. The Georgia football program is healthy and fit, ready to step up the next rung of the college football ladder.

There are a few things you need to know, however, because, as you may have heard, things are a little different now. A new 30 million dollar practice facility is under construction. The recruiting budget has doubled, as have cost of attendance stipends. With your arrival will come even more money for recruiting and staff.

What this means for you is, if you win over 75% of your games, it just might not be enough to keep your job.

If you maintain a better than 50% winning percentage in bowl games, it just might not be enough to keep your job.

If you can maintain a better than 50% winning percentage against ranked teams, it just might not be enough to keep your job.

If you average playing in an SEC Championship game one out of every three years, it just might not be enough to keep your job.

If you win the same number of SEC Championships as Florida and one less than Alabama or Auburn, it just might not be enough to keep your job.

If you win three out of the last five against Florida, it just might not be enough to keep your job.

If you can beat Auburn 66% of the time, it just might not be good enough to keep your job.

And if you can beat Tech 86% of the time, never losing on the Grant Field turf, it just might not be good enough to keep your job.

So welcome.

And good luck- you’ll need it. You might make the Hall of Fame, but seriously, it just might not be good enough to keep your job.

Yours truly,

Dawn of the Dawg