Not your daddy’s 404 any mo’

You know, my first thought was to mock this tweet.

I mean, UCF steals a recruit from the Jackets?  Well played, Coach Waffle House… yada, yada, yada.

But then I saw this explanation…

… and realized Tech’s recruiting has done a complete 180.  Back in the Genius’ day, it was GT that was getting commitments from recruits being sought by other schools as athletes by promising they could stay at the QB position.

I’m not saying that’s an improvement, but it’s certainly a change.  (Although if it means Collins has a better chance of signing kids who would otherwise have gone to SEC rivals, that is an improvement, I suppose.)



Filed under Georgia Tech Football, Recruiting

19 responses to “Not your daddy’s 404 any mo’

  1. MudCat's Mechanic

    I saw a billboard for UCF on 316 in Larryville….
    Gus Bus is a comin….

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  2. armydawg

    Oddly enough, this really might be a good fit for Gus at UCF. There aren’t any real expectations for him except to make them relevant so he might actually do well here.

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  3. CB

    Notice the score and the filter used to wash out all the red in the stadium.


  4. maybe gus needs to go to FSU. hell, somebody does.


  5. Teacher Martin

    Don’t worry Gus doesn’t have much luck with QB’s.He has to get a transfer from another school to have success.

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  6. Teacher Martin

    I think UGA has had a little more luck with QB’s than Gus.


  7. whybotherdude

    This kid has quick feet and a strong arm. The kid is an athlete and some size to him. He might fit in well for Gus.


    • Teacher Martin

      Calling Malzhan, Gus reminds me when I was listening to the Hugh Durham radio show one night. A kid called in and called Durham, Hugh. Durham said, “Son, how old are you?” The kid replied, “I’m 14.” Durham then said, “ that’s Coach Durham to you.”


  8. bigjohnson1992

    Gus is sleeping much better at night these days. Personally, I’m happy for him, Auburn and its fans deserve what about to happen to them.