We'll probably never know, just like we'll never know why he fired both Jancek and Fabris, although either one probably had some probable cause in their bodies of work. He did say that it was to make more room for CWM's successor, but maybe that was a contingency of someone they already had in mind.
One thing seems clear to me, though. Richt is dead serious about moving the Dawgs in the right direction, and didn't make a half-hearted decision. Does he already have a replacement in mind? I'm almost positive that he does, or else you wouldn't have seen the move that was made today when he fired Martinez, Fabris, and Jancek. Who the replacements will be obviously remains to be seen, but they have acknowledged to the fan base that the bar has been raised, and the status quo wasn't cutting it.
Again, our football future lives in dangerous times, because we're about to be in competition with the biggest dog on the block for a defensive coordinator. The rumors are that Charlie Strong (DC at Florida) is being considered for head coach at Louisville which would leave that job vacant, but they aren't going to approach him until after the SECCG. Expect UGA to make a quick and fierce move, maybe even this week.
The fate of Rodney Garner
I guess you have to ignore most everything that I predicted last night, because I was just proven wrong by CMR today. The one thing that hasn't been decided yet is what's going to happen with Coach Garner. By all accounts, he's a helluva recruiter, bonds well with the kids, and is integral to the program. But if I had to guess, I'd say that there's something off under the surface. David Hale reported some interesting stuff about him that suggest if he's not promoted to DC, he's gone. Could be, don't know, and without inside knowledge of the program, it's hard to say what affect that will have.
So, hold on to your hats, change is coming. Of course, there's no guarantee that it will be for the better, but one can only hope.