In his wisdom, McElwain slow to praise Grier

by Gary Shelton on October 3, 2015 · 0 comments

in general

Saturday, 11:55 p.m.

Jim McElwain is the smartest man in Gainesville, of course. No one is going to second-guess a coach who has resurrected a program on its deathbed.

He is Einstein. He is Hawking. He is Sheldon Cooper.

You could power villages with his brain power. He is smart, and he is accomplished, and he seems to have figured out failure. Because of that, we can simply look on in amazement at what McElwain does not yet see from quarterback Will Grier to hold back his praise.

Certainly, there has to be a reason. The rest of us dimwits, of course, would have knighted Grier long ago. We would have handed him the keys to the offense and posed for pictures. We

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