This is easily the most over-the-top defense of oversigning I’ve read recently (h/t Oversigning.com). The author takes more shots at targets than I can keep up with in a brief blog post, but this one is all you really need to get a flavor for his rant:
… As I mentioned the other day, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution launched an attack on USC by blaming the school for the plight of LB Lorenzo Mauldin, who still remains committed to the Gamecocks but is now looking at other schools who will admit him as a non-qualifier.
But those stories are easily dismissed as the ramblings of a fanatical newspaper still bitter a month after National Signing Day about USC reeling in 11 elite prospects from the Peach State while Georgia signed zero recruits from South Carolina.
The AJ-C as a bitter, fanatical newspaper? Ho-kay.
If this is what winning a division title does for the Gamecock faithful’s mindset, look out world. I think I liked it better in the simpler days when they settled for insisting that Corey Jenkins was a Heisman Trophy candidate.