FILE - In this April 21, 2018, file photo, Georgia defensive coordinator Mel Tucker watches from the sideline during the NCAA college football team's G-Day spring game in Athens, Ga. At Georgia and Alabama, all Tucker did was pile up wins. That's why he's taking a no-excuse approach to Boulder as the new head coach of Colorado. No transition period, it's win now for a program that's only been to one bowl game over the last decade.
FILE - In this April 21, 2018, file photo, Georgia defensive coordinator Mel Tucker watches from the sideline during the NCAA college football team's G-Day spring game in Athens, Ga. At Georgia and Alabama, all Tucker did was pile up wins. That's why he's taking a no-excuse approach to Boulder as the new head coach of Colorado. No transition period, it's win now for a program that's only been to one bowl game over the last decade. Athens Banner-Herald via AP, File Joshua L. Jones
FILE - In this April 21, 2018, file photo, Georgia defensive coordinator Mel Tucker watches from the sideline during the NCAA college football team's G-Day spring game in Athens, Ga. At Georgia and Alabama, all Tucker did was pile up wins. That's why he's taking a no-excuse approach to Boulder as the new head coach of Colorado. No transition period, it's win now for a program that's only been to one bowl game over the last decade. Athens Banner-Herald via AP, File Joshua L. Jones