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Straight from the lips of the latest commitment to Georgia’s class of 2015, DT Justin Young of Grayson: “Georgia coaches wanted me to go around and look at another schools before I committed,” Young said. “That was another reason why I … Continue reading
Aside from attitude and verbosity, is there any difference in how the two coaches respond to Michael Carvell’s question about how each treats a recruit with a longstanding commitment who decides to take a last-minute trip to another school? I’m … Continue reading
You may have noticed that Mark Richt jumped into the early signing period debate yesterday with some comments that appeared in the AJ-C. He wasn’t as strident – or as personal – about the subject as Stanford’s David Shaw. Rather, … Continue reading
I love it when the Johnson Doctrine fails. And this is shaping up as my all time favorite example.
This, I am sure, changes everything. Georgia Tech has made a leap forward in its recruiting efforts. It is the hope of coach Paul Johnson that the Yellow Jackets now won’t be playing from behind. The team has expanded the … Continue reading
When the AJ-C throws you a fastball down the middle with a header like this, you’ve got to turn on it. Suggestions are more than welcome in the comments. Do it for the Johnson Doctrine.
Malkom Parrish is a south Georgia kid being recruited by the Dawgs and by Georgia Tech. He’s worth keeping an eye on, simply because of this quote: How do Georgia Tech and UGA compare? “Aww, I can’t really compare them,” … Continue reading
The AJ-C pushes him on the Johnson Doctrine, he gets testy – of course he does, bless his heart – and then he caps off the crankiness with an oblique reference to his biggest rival: “Our policies are no different … Continue reading
I’m not sure what I enjoy the most about this story – the blatant “good for me, but not for thee” aspect of Johnson’s poaching on Vanderbilt’s turf in contrast to the vaunted Johnson Doctrine, or anticipation of the inevitable … Continue reading