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Seth Emerson gets the job done.
Isn't the story that DawgNation's own Seth Emerson is the one who caught McGarity off guard by asking him about the bathrooms at Sanford Stadium?
Well according to the DawgNation front page, looks like that little problem is being taken care of. Soon, Sanford stadium visitors will be able to relieve themselves in style:
Seems like McGarity received a little hailstorm of negative publicity following Emerson's innocent little question. There was another front page DawgNation story written by Chip Towers defending McGarity. While I was reading through it, there were so many stats in there about building projects, the whole time I was reading through it I was thinking there's no way Chip wrote this without info provided by McGairty about the work he's done. The piece felt to me like McGarity's response to the negative publicity. And now we have public information that he's working on the bathrooms that Seth asked about too...
It would be nice if all public figures were even half as responsive to public sentiment about work that needed to be done... (looking at you Washington, D.C.!!)
Now all we need is for Seth Emerson to ask another question about UGA's way overly strict disciplinary policies for their football players. Riley Ridley's marijuana arrest being a recent example. I would phrase the question like this: "Congratulation AD McGarity on your new construction project to remodel the bathrooms at Sanford Stadium! DawgNation readers were delighted by your response to my question about it by your tackling it head on. The next thing DawgNation readers wanted me to ask you about is UGA marijuana policy for its football players...."
I saw Seth on the board in another thread saying it wouldn't be a bad idea to ask about that. I got my fingers crossed!