Thursday morning buffet

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10 responses to “Thursday morning buffet

  1. Macallanlover

    I am all for the early signing date but I would really like eliminating a specified date altogether. I think there should a start and end date but when the two parities are comfortable with each other. I don’t think anyone should sign before the end of their junior year in HS, and the end date could be any time before March. That would de-emphasize all the drama of NSD but gives the ego driven players a lot of dates to grab the solo spotlight if they choose. Still think Bo should be on a 20 second delay, but good on him for stepping up on this idea.

    • Gravidy

      I agree. I think there should be a window of time where recruits would be free to sign on the dotted line with a school whenever they see fit. But I can already hear the howls coming from all corners about how unfair that is after some kid signs the papers with Troy only to be offered by Bammer the next day.

    • Sh3rl0ck

      There is already a window of time in which student athletes are free to sign a NLI or GIA. It starts on NSD and continues until April 1st.

    • Cojones

      What’s the time line on signing a GIA?

  2. Cojones

    Georgia’s ooc schedule was 46% FCS compared to the nearest 36% FCS (SC) scheduled by SEC teams over the last 6 years. Holy crap! Range: about 11% (A&M) to 46.4% (UGA) with a median around 25% that included everyone but SC. Our power bros to the West have taken the easy milktoast road. The point here in synopsis is to let it soak in that if you think McGarity has served up some bad viewing, we seem to be alone in that criticism since others embrace the hell out of creaming patsies.

    Seems the wins are more important than the football game competition to most. Have we (fans) been conditioned to better football moreso than the rest of the SEC? Besides SC, it appears so.

    • Mayor

      I’m not sure I understand the point of your post SmallBalls. Georgia has played more Big Five teams in the past 7 seasons than anybody else in the SEC. Yet some “fans” are always bitching that Georgia plays too many patsies and not enough Big 5 teams. Looks like some people don’t really know what they are talking about. If that is what you are saying you are right.

  3. Cojones

    Georgia’s ooc schedule was 46% FCS compared to the nearest 36% FCS (SC) scheduled by SEC teams over the last 6 years. Holy crap! Range: about 11% (A&M, Ole Miss,MS) to 46.4% (UGA) with a median around 25% that included everyone but SC. Our power bros to the West have taken the easy milktoast road.

    The point here in synopsis is to let it soak in that if you think McGarity has served up some bad viewing, we seem to be alone in that criticism since others embrace the hell out of creaming patsies.

    Seems the wins are more important than the football game competition to most in the SEC. Have we (fans) been conditioned to better football moreso than the rest of the SEC? Besides SC, it appears so. Even so, I can’t get the Charleston taste out of my mouth. Patooie!

  4. Russ

    We might have had a nice OOC schedule but we managed to duck Alabama, at least according to the media.

  5. Mayor

    “The Ohio legislature passes a bill that says college athletes are not employees.” In related news, the Ohio legislature also passed a bill that said grass was not green, the sky was not blue and there was no such thing as gravity.

  6. John Theus is named a Sporting News third-team All American.

    Welcome to 21st Century CF coverage.

    Kid hasn’t yet figured out how to play his position, much less excel at it, yet he’s named to an All-America team.

    Well, why the heck not.
    ~~~