Yeah, I know it isn't Schultz's fault that King got arrested. I know Richt did this because he is becoming increasingly frustrated with his team's lack of attention to these matters.
But damn. 2 games for not mailing in a payment or showing to court. My guess is King lied about having taken care of it to compliance or Richt, too.
Now, of course, Schultz will switch from 'Richt is too easy on the players' to 'Richt's players don't respect him'. It is like the sun rising in the east. In the meantime, a Florida player texts a threat to his woman and gets what? Tennessee has five players who beat a cop and another person within inches of their lives four months ago and what happened? Where is Shultz's indignation? Where is the rest of the Richt is too soft crowd?
This is just a rant on my part. I agree King should have taken care of this. I actually support Mark Richt's decision (especially if King lied about taking care of it). I just hate that Richt is in the position to have to make this decision due to two things he can't control: 20 year olds being 20 year olds, and 50 year old 'writers' who would rather recycle pontifications than actually find something new and interesting to write about.
And then Paul Westerdawg got to the heart of the matter.