November 2nd, 2010 01:23 PM║ Posted By: John Pennington ║ Permalink
║ Schools: Georgia
Tags: Coach Grantham, Ed Orgeron, Quarterback Aaron Murray, Saturday Florida
When asked about Todd Grantham’s much-discussed choke sign during last Saturday’s Florida game, Mark Richt tried to downplay it.
“I’ll just say that emotions run high and people do things that they probably with they wouldn’t do,” the coach said. “I think that was what was being communicated. I don’t think he’s necessarily proud of it. We’re just gonna learn from it and move on.”
Quarterback Aaron Murray told Seth Emerson of The Macon Telegraph that the fiery gesture was par for Grantham’s course.
“I mean during the game this past week, he was getting me pumped up, getting me going, saying, ‘Ge in the end zone.’ I love Coach Grantham,” Murray said. “He has some fire to him. I think the guys love it, I love it personally. He’s yelling and going crazy, it get me pumped up to see him getting after a defense and getting them ready to go.”
Sounds like this guy’s just a garbled voice away from being Ed Orgeron.
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