When there’s a will, there’s a way.

You, a Georgia fan who thinks they should stop playing Florida in Jacksonville:  look, Kirby can’t recruit at a neutral site game!  Why should the program give up an advantage like that every other year?

It, a neutral site game:  wut


Filed under Georgia Football, Recruiting

13 responses to “When there’s a will, there’s a way.

  1. RangerRuss

    Clemson sucks.

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  2. akascuba

    Based on past performance Kirby is doing OK.

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    • Down Island Way

      CKS would use the change in wind direction for crootin’ purposes if need be…neutral sight, what ever, coaches bitch about anything to make the base feel all warm and fuzzy…With CKS at the helm, me sleeps all warm n fuzzy…

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  3. If a game is against a Top 10 team and nationally televised in prime time it is automatically a $$$ recruiting opportunity… it doesn’t matter where it is…. it could be played in Delmar, Delaware.

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  4. You ain’t gonna stop Kirby from recruiting, be it on a neutral site, home game, virtually, the dude is a machine…the neutral site recruiting is moot for CKS…he’s on the mutha

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  5. classiccitycanine

    So you’re telling me that McGarity’s deal not to host recruits at the WLOCP is the problem and the location isn’t the issue? Somebody bring the fainting couch for Mike Griffith!


  6. I want us to go to the swamp and pound them into submission with Spurrier throwing his visor from his suite and leaving with the rest of the crowd in the 3rd Quarter. Then I want our revenge between the Hedges that gets Mullen fired. Go back to Jax after that with a new contract with the City that favors us.

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  7. Dawg in Austin

    I believe that’s an SEC rule, and Clemson is (as of today) not in the SEC. But I get your point, it’s a rule that could be changed if anyone cared enough to take 20-30 seats from fans for the recruits in Jax. I’d certainly have no problem with that, even though that’s the game I attend most years.

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