We’re only one week into the 2013 college football season and we already have our first weeping fan. Tyler from Atlanta called into a Georgia radio show after his beloved Bulldogs had just blown a game against Clemson 38-35. Obviously upset, he took the “fire everybody” approach, rather than the “it’s week one, we have time to recover” approach.
“I love these Dawgs, man. I love ’em,” Tyler said. “My daddy loved ’em; His daddy loved ’em.”
“Richt is not good enough for this team, man. We gotta get rid of Richt now.”
Richt is Georgia head football coach Mark Richt, for those wondering. Tyler from Atlanta wants to get rid of Richt now but has no idea who should replace him: A common dilemma in the crying fan, “fire everybody” scenario. The hosts of the radio show ask him repeatedly who should replace Richt and Tyler from Atlanta’s response is:
“I DON’T KNOW WHO WE CAN REPLACE HIM WITH. OUR WHOLE SEASON’S GONE. HOW WE GON’ GO FACE SOUTH CAROLINA NOW?”