I hope this hire is a brilliant one by Athletic Director, Damon Evans. I have to trust that he has done his due diligence and he knows who he hired and has complete faith that Coach Fox is going to turn around the Georgia basketball program. But my big question is, what took so long? It was not like they had to wait for Coach Fox to lose in the NCAA tournament since his team didn’t make it this year. It was clear that Damon had his eye on Mike Anderson from Missouri and Jeff Capel from Oklahoma. But Coach Anderson turned down an offer to stay at Missouri and all indications were that Coach Capel wasn’t going to leave Oklahoma for Athens. So I guess Coach Fox was the third choice. Well, all of that doesn’t matter now. He seems to be one of the up and coming young coaches and he is going to have to use all his coaching and recruiting skills to turn this program around. Even though I really wasn’t aware of him before today, I am willing to give him a chance to see what he can do. There is no reason why the University of Georgia can’t be a football, baseball, tennis, gymnastics, and basketball school.