ATHENS, Ga. — This is what a Georgia football player said last year, when asked if there was a culture change taking place since Kirby Smart became the coach.
“No. I don’t see any difference. .. The culture’s still the same.”
And this is what a Georgia player said after the team’s 41-0 win at Tennessee:
“It definitely feels different. It’s different because of the culture change.”
Those two comments, so seemingly diametrically different, were by the same player: Sony Michel. They just came one year apart, and with Georgia off to its best start in five years.
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