Little bitty bump

All it took to nudge Tray Scott from Oxford to Athens was another $25,000 a year.  Add in the benefit of not having to fight through the negative recruiting thrown Ole Miss’ way over the ongoing NCAA investigation and it must have been attractive enough.

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9 responses to “Little bitty bump

  1. Bubs

    Job security? More built-in recruiting advantages? Less competition in the east? More talent on the roster? Not having to live in Oxford?

    Granted, I don’t really know why you take that OM job with a looming investigation and Freeze’s seat getting a good bit warmer.

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  2. W Cobb Dawg

    We may have the all-world recruiting staff, but the ‘coaching’ I saw in 2016 left a lot of question marks. We got rid of Rocker, who had pretty good results on the field for 3 seasons. We bring in the younger, relatively unknown and unproven Scott. Seems Kirby’s all-in on the recruiting chops. I’m not so sure about the coaching ability of the staff.

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  3. The Georgia Way

    Another $125,000 to the Foundation plus whatever we can fine him for.

    #Winning

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  4. Bigshot

    More mone, but he misses out on the spiritual and moral guidance from “Rev” Freeze.

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  5. vectordawg

    25k and at least a chance to play in the SECGC.

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    • Macallanlover

      And a likely bonus, if UGA gave bonuses for the Liberty Bowl, ugh, surely position coaches get one for the bigger prizes.

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  6. DUP

    He came over for job security, he figures UGA keeps Fox and Richt well beyond when they should have been fired. I thought Kirby would grad an NFL coach, that was a terrible hire. This guy sux as a defensive line coach and has no experience really, UGA ran all over him in the first game with the worst offensive line I’ve seen in a long time.

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