But just as Evans has drawn the ire of UGA President Michael Adams, so did Jim Harrick back in 2003. And the feeling is mutual.
“They can say what they want, but I have a letter from the NCAA that says I had nothing to do with the violations at Georgia,” Harrick said. “The thing I am bitter about is how the president of the University of Georgia treated my son. I’ll never get over that. He’ll go to hell for how he treated him.”
The article spells out that Harrick still has supporters in Athens. Many say UGA had absolutely nothing on Harrick, only his son who was an assistant coach.
Not a great 4th of July Weekend for Adams. First, the Damon Evans arrest and now Jim Harrick revisited.