Daily Archives: January 28, 2008

Save a seat for me, please.

From the “dang, that didn’t take long” department: Georgia has its first verbal commitments for the class of 2009.

I guess the message from the Sanders and Hunter sagas has gotten out.


UPDATE: It certainly has.

“I didn’t want anybody to take my spot,” Vasser said.

To that end, Vasser had a deal with Georgia: He wanted to know the second any other linebacker committed to the Bulldogs. He knew Georgia was going to take only two linebackers in the class of 2009, and he wanted to make sure he was one of those two.

“When I heard [Dexter] Moody committed early today, I called up Coach (John) Jancek and told him I was committed,” Vasser said. “I wasn’t even going to wait for him to call me.”

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Filed under Georgia Football, Recruiting

One man’s meat…

The Wizard of Odds has his promised Classless Acts of 2007 up and undoubtedly validates the hurt feelings of countless Gator fans by including the Celebration on his list.  (He does have an interesting thought about what would have happened if the TD call had been reviewed and reversed, though.)

My favorite thing there has to be this quote from Michigan OT Jake Long:

7. Mark Dantonio, Michigan State: After Dantonio was named coach on Nov. 27, 2006, he installed a clock in the Spartan practice facility that counted down the seconds until the Michigan game. “At least they’ll be on time for the game,” Michigan left tackle Jake Long remarked.

Feel free to check all nine acts and cast your vote.


Filed under College Football, The Blogosphere

You don’t write, you don’t call…

There’s at least one kid we can safely say committed to a program, not the coach.


Filed under Recruiting, The Evil Genius