Redisni, for someone who calls another "clueless" and "stupid", let's look at your reply and weigh its credibility. If you had fully read the original post and fully comprehended its entire six sentence statement, we see that it consisted of: 1. Paul Johnson has got to go 2. loses Georgia games and Bowl games 3. doesn't know how to get a team ready to play a game 4. is an embarrassment 5. lacks consistency 6. I am a fan since mid-sixties. You addressed: 1. Paul Johnson "brilliant" 2. one selfish play by Attaochu and 3. outplays Georgia . I'll ignore the ridiculous statement about "one player's selfish play" and move on to the "brilliant" and "Georgia" comments. Brilliant, maybe, but the name of the game at the end of the day is victory. NOT ALMOST, AND CONSISTENTLY. Paul Johnson doesn't know how to get a team ready. Have you noticed the mental mistakes and errors over the past three seasons? In one game they look great, the next like a little league team. There's more to being a great coach than just being brilliant...YOU MUST BE ABLE TO GET THE TEAM READY TO PLAY. Georgia and Bowl games- the records stand for themselves...at the end of the day who was victorious? It becomes embarrassing because there is no consistency. Sure, you run up the yardage, but you gain few points, so your point there becomes moot. Do I need to discuss the other side of the ball? As for me, I've been a fan since the mid-sixties, die-hard and to the bone. I've seen coaches come and go. I understand your fan mentality. You just sit there in the bleachers and do your little rah rah cheer and try to get some education about the game of football and coaching it before you start the name calling. One could say you were clueless and uneducated if you think brilliance, high yardage and losing foolishly is going in the right direction.