Sixth year’s the charm.

This doesn’t make up for what it put him through…

… but it’s still the right thing to do at this point.  We’ll take it.

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27 responses to “Sixth year’s the charm.

  1. Mayor

    It’ll help next season for sure.

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  2. Good for him but you’re right that doesn’t make up for the treatment from the most corrupt organization in American sports.

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  3. Debby Balcer

    Awesome news!!

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  4. So the NCAA finally does the obvious right thing. Good.

    The NCAA can still kiss my ass, though.

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  5. DawgFaithful

    We’ll take it for sure

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  6. sectionzalum

    am exceedingly happy or him. and our line. he may end up being our only two-time senior night participant. well earned.

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  7. I’m happy for Kolton, if he wanted the extra he darn well deserved it after the way the NCAA shafted him. They knew the circumstances and still acted like arsehats on this one.

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  8. Cojones

    I’m happy for his parents as well and hope he’s able to work out all summer.

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  9. Anon

    They really mean his third year of eligibility. Jackasses.

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  10. Skint

    I guess that our only excuses next year will be- We lost our starting QB, we lost our starting center, we lost our starting linebackers, we lost a couple of defensive backs, we lost our ex video coordinator/ strength coach, we lost the best player in America. Go Dawgs!

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  11. Billy Mumphrey

    You forgot a growing percentage of lousy fucking fans.

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  12. Jack Klompus

    Btw- I’m super happy for Kolton. Can’t imagine having to go through that kind of stuff as an 18 and 19 year old. Very hPpy he’s still there. DGD for sure

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  13. Skint

    Just a realist.

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  14. stuckinred

    Boom to Auburn

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  15. Seems like this guy has been at UGA since the 90’s. How many degrees do ya think he will be able to complete?

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