ESPN's Jay Williams put out a tweet Saturday night that has Rick Pitino heading to coach at Georgia
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ESPN's Jay Williams put out a tweet Saturday night that has Rick Pitino heading to coach at Georgia after they recently fired their coach Mark Fox...

Whoa. Thoughts?

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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12 Comments
I heard some rumblings. Had to change my underwear
Reply37 months
It's basketball. Nobody cares about perception or probation in this league. If this were football, no way in hell he gets a phone call. The general consensus, sadly, is so what if we get probation in basketball.
Reply37 months
Post-Herrick/Tony Cole and excluding Damon's fiasco (who was dismissed shortly thereafter), and after years of Mark Richt as head coach, I would be very surprised if UGA hires Pitino. I'd bet the boosters and alumni base would have some pretty strong words against the move if they brought him in.
Reply37 months
I hear Thad Matta now the leading candidate. LINK
Reply37 months
Rick Pitino and other coaches like him are ruining this game and most are ok with it. NCAA needs to make an example out of these people or it will just continue!!
Reply37 months
It's weasels all the way down.
37 months
If I was Georgia I would this man in a heart beat. All them coaches cheat. Ole Rick just got caught.
Reply37 months
You left out the word "blow".
37 months
Lucky Georgia.
Reply37 months
Who cares. I have no problem with him coaching.
Reply37 months
Zero chance of that. Jay Williams has no real connections to this. Pitino trying to get his name out to any job possible.
Reply37 months
The league just keeps getting tougher. I love it.
Reply37 months
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