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Please consider this the next time the urge strikes to post something snarky about CMR..
A few days ago he mentioned he thinks his low energy at Georgia might have been due to early symtoms from Parkinson's I just read this at Parkinson's.org.
''People who have severe fatigue early in their Parkinson's tend to stay fatigued''
I noticed his struggles in news conferences many times from around 2006 on. At times he seemed so spent he could barely focus. Add this to the struggles his adopted daughter had with her many surgeries and Kathern's cancer, it's a wonder he could function at all.
Yet though all of it the man compiled the best winning percentage in program history and missed winning a couple of national titles by simple fate.
I'm a big Kirby fan but we will never have a better representative of our program and school than Coach Richt was and remains, he is a truly great person and a DGD, I hope we can all think before posting. He's earned our respect and even my genuine love.