The weirdest part of Lawrence Cager’s journey to Athens has to be this:
“My mind went to Athens as soon as I made a decision to be a Bulldog, I felt right at home,” Cager said. “Coming out of high school, I’d wanted to be a Georgia Bulldog from the jump.”
Back then Mark Richt was the Georgia head coach and UGA didn’t have any scholarships remaining when Cager looked to commit.
That may be the first time I’ve ever heard a player was told by Richt there was no room at the inn. Roster management, for the… er, loss?