Why Georgia Firing Willie Martinez Could Have Been a Big Mistake

Posted by Mike Foster on December-12-2009 Add Comments

For the past two seasons the most consistent name that popped up in tailgate and watercooler talk was Willie Martinez's. Georgia, a school that has decorated itself with defensive accolades for the past decade, has become notorious for it's terrible defensive play.

Following Georgia's 30-24 victory over instate rival Georgia Tech, an offense that to the naked eye is virtually impossible to stop, Mark Richt promptly fired defensive coordinator Willie Martinez and the linebackers and defensive ends coaches.

Going into bowl practice Georgia must prepare to stop Texas A&M and superstud quarterback Jerrod Johnson. Texas A&M may not be a top teir team, but their offense has potential to become a scoring machine, especial...

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