VIDEO: James Franklin On Todd Grantham To Mark Richt After Georgia-Vanderbilt

Hey, cool, are we still talking about this? Yep! It's now Tuesday, which is more than two entire days past Saturday night, and we're still talking about two coaches yelling at each other after a football game. The latest bulletin: a video shared by a Nashville TV station shows just a little bit more of the other side of the story: what Vanderbilt Commodores coach James Franklin was so mad at Georgia Bulldogs defensive coordinator Todd Grantham about.

Franklin said a player was "rubbing it in" after the game. Most are presuming that's Shawn Williams, who also incurred personal fouls during the game. Richt fellowships, counsels and consoles. From this angle, I'm just wondering what Franklin expected to happen by letting it all out at the time instead of, like, sending an email about the player.

Grantham still looks like a real hothead.

As always, hard to imagine how anybody could not like Richt. What do Richt and Grantham talk about? Does Richt just find ways to solicit prayer requests from Grantham, hoping one day he'll get the big guy to ask for help with his rage? I don't know. You'd have to ask Mike Bobo. He probably knows the two of them pretty well.

For more, join UGA blog Dawg Sports and Vanderbilt blog Anchor Of Gold

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