Umm, no, that doesn't prove it is hard to win there. It proves that Richt was average and went on to continue to be average at Miami. But even being average he could get 10 wins a season in a difficult conference. Plenty of those other teams were not winning 10 games per season for 15 years, so it is hard to win at those schools and easy to win at UGa. Very few coaches win a lot of big games. Heck Osbourne was famous for not winning big games, until he then did win big games. Your obsession with winning big games is comical, wrt to Ryan Day, given his short tenure to date. And given the fact that he has moved to correct every deficiency that has been exposed. I'm surprised someone with your acumen isn't coaching somewhere. Your talents are clearly being wasted on us on this site.