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Georgia Athletic Director Damon Evans did nothing worse than David, the author of Psalm 23. God forgave David and God will forgive Evans; however his choice to resign was proper.

You can say Evans made a mistake. He did. Evans also sinned, but sin is not a politically correct term when applied to a person in this day and time.

I am not a UGA fan, but I can hug Evans because, even as a Christian, I am no better than he before God.

George C. Kaulbach

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