Wobble- I just scrolled back through the thread and saw you asked "if you matter so much, why haven't you gotten him fired yet?"...I assume this is what you're referring to?
If so, my response is:
Basically, it doesn't work like that. One person - no matter how much they donate - doesn't get to demand a coach be fired (or hired, for that matter). I also stated in a previous post that I'm not Gale Lemerand or Stumpy Harris. I'm a Bull Gator, but there are different levels of Bull Gators (although not officially delineated). I consider the top level Bull Gators to be "legacy donors" - they have their names on buildings and are prime candidates for leadership positions within Gator Boosters, Inc. However, even one of these men, by themselves, isn't going to dictate an action.
The problem we're facing right now is that we have an A.D. who is clinging to his stubborn pride. He felt he had identified another rising star in Muschamp and had outsmarted the establishment by nabbing him away from his "coach in waiting" post at TX. However, his inexperience as a head coach has blown up in our face and it's been painfully clear he simply has no clue how to manage the offensive side of the football (be it play calling, selecting coaches, or targeting the right recruits). This is a bitter pill for Foley to swallow, especially considering it's the 2nd of 3 football hires (our highest profile sport) that have missed the mark. If Muschamp had been Foley's 1st hire, he would've been canned last November. Right now, he is stringing this out as far as possible in hopes that some face can be saved.
However, if you read the latest media reports, it seems like a message has finally been sent to Foley and UGA could be the last straw. Several outlets are reporting that Muschamp could be done Saturday with a loss.