been up since 5am.. up n at it REAL early but im down for the cause.. feels good to baq wit the boys. #UGA— Deputy Dawg (@DatBoiDeas) April 10, 2012
According to his dad, Deas’ request to stay has been accepted.
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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!
I’m sure the AJC is just about to write a retraction. Obviously the headline will read “UGA takes possible drug addict back”.
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.
If he’s wearing a boot the first game we will know it is drugs. Urbs changed the game. Circle of trust my friends!!
Glad to have him back.
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.
I wonder if this means Rambo is not coming back.
That’s what Carvell will post
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.
We got one anyway. One is both WR and DB.
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.
With an open field staring him in the face for 1-2 games, he may become another Gilliard or Herrera. Why not?
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.
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.
Dexter Morant and Ken Malcome are nodding their heads.
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.
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