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Special Report: Is the UGA Athletic Board a paper Bulldog? By Seth Emerson
ST. SIMONS ISLAND — The morning that Mark Richt was fired, Janet Frick found out via an e-mail, just before a similar one was sent out to the media. When UGA presented plans for the most expensive facility project in recent history, Frick found out the same time as everyone else.
That would all be fine in Frick’s role as a tenured faculty member in psychology. But what sets Frick apart is that she’s also a member of the UGA Athletic Board – and with that comes a perception that members are walking sources of inside knowledge, consulted regularly on what’s about to happen.
But that’s not how it works.
“The flow of information is going in one direction, I guess that’s one way to put it,” Frick said with a laugh.
This week in St Simons, at the posh King and Prince resort, the UGA athletic board will meet for its annual spring meeting, which tends to be the most eventful – but not the most surprising, as long as the powers that be have it their way.
Read the full story on DawgNation here - https://www.dawgnation.com/football/dawgnation/special-report-uga-athletic-board-paper-bulldog