If your favorite Dawg porn is recruiting porn…

… then Pete Fiutak’s overview piece about Georgia’s 2018 class will send tingles up and down your leg.

As heartbreaking as the loss to Alabama in the College Football Playoff National Championship might have been, there was a bright side. With the talent Kirby Smart has been amassing with his recruiting classes, that seemed like the first of many regular trips to the CFP.

And then he comes up with something like this.

If it isn’t the best recruiting class in the country, it doesn’t matter – it’s more than close enough to be absolutely amazing.

If you need to be off by yourself for a little while, I understand.

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15 responses to “If your favorite Dawg porn is recruiting porn…

  1. Jim

    Even if it had ended in December this would be an unbelievable class. If we can a handful of four and five stars this week it becomes absurd

    We all know recruiting classes don’t win titles but the data shows you better recruit at an elite level if you want to have a shot.

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  2. Tony Barnfart

    i know different services have different ratings but, as i understand it, our Rivals ranking is flirting with best-in-the-internet-era status…. ie better than any Bama has ever had.

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    • DawgPhan

      I think regardless of the site the dawgs have a very good class with a chance to have a top 5 best class in recent history.

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  3. LakeOconeeDawg

    If we sign Campbell and Reese on Wed, that would be 11 of the top 100 in the country. Amazing work by this staff……………

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  4. Stoopnagle

    Is there a place I can go to get a primer on Wednesday? That is, who are our targets, what to look for, etc?

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  5. Brad

    Haha, Brenton Cock.

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  6. Mayor

    I know this thread is about signing but since the linked article mentioned the National Championship Game outcome it reminded me how pissed off I was and still am about the f*^%#&g officiating and how if any of those bad calls don’t happen Bama never gets the game into OT much less wins. I know, I know, some will say Bama should have won in regulation and missed the FG but the Tide would never have been in that position if not for phony flags and no-calls by the crooked B1G crew that reffed that game–bought and paid for by gamblers. Isn’t a game with millions of dollars being bet on it worth an investigation when the calls are so obviously one-sided? How about dragging the game officials down in front of a grand jury and asking some uncomfortable questions about their finances at least? Things have gotten so bad in this country where you can’t even have an honest football game for the national title. Sorry…Rant over.

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    • Got Cowdog

      Keep that fire in your belly, Mayor. Never let us forget that the Zebras pantsed us, and made sure the spread worked out for those that really matter, the Vegas Bookies. I’m down with the playing while Georgia conspiracy theory, too.

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    • Jim

      I’m as bummed about the loss as anyone and have plenty of questions about the officiating as there were clearly blown calls

      But to call it some sort of conspiracy theory is ridiculous. Case in point is Hardman’s TD catch. Would have been EASY to say he was out of bounds and/or flag the UGA sideline for an actual penalty as opposed to a warning if they wanted to tilt the game. I’ve watched the replay and honestly I don’t know how the replay official didn’t overturn the TD and rule Hartman stepped out of bounds.

      Give me a break with the blaming the refs thing. We had our shot and the game within our grasp and blew it.

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      • I can’t rationally discuss this longer than the comment I’m about to make and I refuse to watch the replay knowing that it will only infuriate me…. but it’s not being intellectually dishonest to acknowledge that while there were certainly things UGA could have done to close out the game, Bama likely has no chance to win that game without getting every single one of those calls / no-calls in that second half. If they only get one of those calls / no-calls instead of all four / five of them, they don’t win the game. While I won’t go so far to call it a conspiracy, it’s completely within the real of reason to acknowledge poor officiating in the second half pretty much gave that game to Bama.

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      • Macallanlover

        The conspiracy thought is true lunacy. It didn’t take all the missed flubs to change the outcome, just the blocked punt call was enough. Funny though, that missed off sides call, which wasn’t close, and the out in the open face mask are two calls you rarely see missed by any crew, even in the SEC. Weird, football gods really worked us over in that 2nd half.

        But truth be known, the offensive strategy in the 2nd half by UGA kept the game close enough for it to be stolen. That was on Chaney/Smart, not officiating conspiracy there, but few talk about it. Oklahoma demonstrated the foolishness of that a week prior. How did we think we could run the clock out for two quarters against that Bama defensive front line? Dumb and dumber.

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  7. Charles

    “Recruiting porn” is one of the more disturbing ideas I’ve encountered lately.

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