A while ago, after Mississippi State's loss to LSU, I wrote this post explaining why I didn't think Dan Mullen would be a good choice for UGA if we were to make a coaching change in the near future.
Now it appears that Mullen has tried to emphatically pronounce to UGA that he is not the guy for the job. First, his Bizarro Bulldogs were dominated by the real Dawgs between the hedges on Saturday. We all know that the final score of 24-10 does not properly illustrate the true embarrassment suffered by the cowbell ringers, as Mark Richt and co. apparently decided that Georgia had enough points at the half and could just mess around a little in the 2nd and practice (poorly) field goal kicking.
Not only did Mullen's rising power in the west have a horrible day in Athens, but he seemed to have let his squad run out and celebrate midfield before the game even began, causing a bit of a scuffle between the teams. Of course, Mullen claims that his team didn't mean to disrespect anyone, and it was clearly a Georgia player who started the whole thing. Just to make himself sound more guilty, he also threw in that his team "won't back down" to anybody, and as the attacking UGA players approached, his innocent guys just wouldn't back down. Too bad they aren't as tough on the field during the game.
Here is a video of the incident below (courtesy of ecdawg1). It replays in slow motion toward the end so you can clearly see the MSU players rushing the G, and then the UGA players coming out toward them. And at 1:17, you can see Mullen smiling while the refs are breaking it up.
Finally, Mullen perhaps also allowed one (if not more) of his players to... relieve themselves on the hedges, as photo evidence here purportedly shows.
This guy really knows how to build a résumé.