🏈 Georgia’s Gridiron Glory: More Green and Gold for AD Josh Brooks, Plus Two New Practice Fields Coming Soon! πŸŒ±πŸ’°

TL;DR;: Our man Josh Brooks, Georgia’s Athletic Director (AD), has scored himself a golden extension to his contract, and why not? The Bulldogs have brought home back-to-back national football championships under his watch. πŸ†πŸΆ And just when you thought things couldn’t get better, the Georgia Athletic Association Board also spilled the beans on plans for two new football practice fields! It’s clear Georgia is flexing those football muscles – more success, more cash, more space. πŸŽ‰πŸ’ͺ

Ever wondered what happens when you win not one, but two national football championships in a row? Well, ask Josh Brooks, who just had his contract as Georgia’s Athletic Director extended till at least 2029. That’s right, Bulldogs fans, you’re stuck with him for a while! πŸ˜…πŸ’Ό

In the world of college football, the name Josh Brooks has become synonymous with success. A former student equipment manager who started his career with a modest salary of $20,000 a year at Louisiana-Monroe, Brooks has climbed the ladder to reach the helm of a prosperous football program. Now, he’s about to pull down a cool $1.025 million per year, with an extra $100,000 annually tossed in for good measure. πŸ’°πŸ” Now, that’s what we call ‘moving up’!

So, is Josh planning to sail off into the sunset with his bulging bags of cash? Nope. He’s got his eyes on the prize – making Georgia’s football program even more successful.πŸ‘€πŸ† How, you ask? More green! And no, we don’t mean money this time.

Georgia’s Athletic Association Board has plans for two brand spanking new football practice fields, as part of a fancy new track and field facility. This move is all about giving the football program the legroom it needs. In the words of Coach Kirby Smart, “it’s better to practice on grass fields than (artificial) turf.” Well, Coach, your wish is their command!🌱🏈

Seems like Georgia’s money-makin’ magic on the gridiron is translating into some serious muscle flexing off the field. The Bulldogs are all set to roll out a whopping budget of $175.2 million for the fiscal year 2024 – that’s an 8% increase from the previous budget. πŸ’ͺπŸ”₯

Georgia’s success story reminds us all that success isn’t just about the green in your pocket, it’s also about the green beneath your feet. So, here’s a question to leave you mulling over: does success breed success, or does the smell of fresh-cut grass breed success? Do football programs need more greenbacks or more greenfields to keep winning? πŸ€”πŸˆπŸ’°

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