Change of heart

According to his dad, Deas’ request to stay has been accepted.

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19 responses to “Change of heart

  1. Spence

    How could he be let back? The AJC and Schultz were sure Deas was part of the out-of-control drug cartel being run out of Butts-Mere.

    Richt has to get a handle on this program ASAP! Omg!

    • The other Doug

      I’m sure the AJC is just about to write a retraction. Obviously the headline will read “UGA takes possible drug addict back”.

      • DawgPhan

        I am sure that Carvell is whipping up a post about UGA getting a commit from someone with no offers.

        • Can you find one article by Carvell where he insinuates that UGA is doing a terrible job recruiting or is offering kids with minimal interest from other schools?

          I read the guy every day, and it seems he just states fact after fact about where kids are visiting, receiving offers from, etc.

          UGA fans (I am a grad) and Tech fans both complaining about the AJC’s bias against their schools is the height of stupidity and whining.

      • Joe

        If he’s wearing a boot the first game we will know it is drugs. Urbs changed the game. Circle of trust my friends!!

  2. Alphadawg

    Glad to have him back.

  3. Puffdawg

    Interesting. Was hard to see a good reason for him leaving voluntarily, given the attrition, the schedule and team expectations. From my view outside the arena, dude is going to play.

  4. Bourbon Dawgwalker

    I wonder if this means Rambo is not coming back.

  5. IveyLeaguer

    I would much prefer to recruit another safety for the spot Deas left, because I don’t think he will ever help us much. But now that he’s back, all the best to him.
    ~~~

    • Cojones

      We got one anyway. One is both WR and DB.

      • IveyLeaguer

        Yeah, I appreciate that … but we still can’t sign another player in Deas’ spot. Maybe I’m wrong and he’ll be a contributor on the field.
        ~~~

        • Cojones

          With an open field staring him in the face for 1-2 games, he may become another Gilliard or Herrera. Why not?

    • rhino

      Go back and watch his effort on Florida’s kick off return for a touchdown last year, and you’ll see why I was not disappointed when he left.

  6. Skeptic Dawg

    It is simple, if you quit once you will quit again. There is no reason for CMR to give him a second chance. He simply threw his opportunity away. I have nothing against Deas. However, it was his choice. His actions show a lack of heart and drive. He will not succeed on the field.

    • Dawgfan Will

      Dexter Morant and Ken Malcome are nodding their heads.

    • Cojones

      Perhaps he has a reason for heart and drive now. Your saying someone won’t be successful has to be taken in light of your other prognostications, statements and promises…..pure drivel stated by a welsher of bets and no idea of people or UGA football.

      Seems like I recall someone by your name asking for a second chance on here. A lot you’ve done with it. Somehow, nothing you say is to be taken seriously.