Back in (red and) black

The more I look at this…

… the more I’m impressed that Georgia could lose fifteen players to the pros, another bunch to the portal, not bring in a single transfer and still have 61% of its national championship production return this season.  For comparison sake, with all the chest beating about its returning young talent, Alabama, at 67%, is only a few percentage points ahead.  (Insert Metchie and Williams snark here.)

Although I have to admit I’m even more impressed with that Ohio State number (73%!), considering how loaded that team is.



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10 responses to “Back in (red and) black

  1. lincolndawg

    That Kirby fella may just do alright after all.

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  2. Russ

    I see Mississippi State near the top. Yet another reason to watch out for that game.

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  3. Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2021)

    A loaded team that never won shit. The Suckeyes, always the perpetual media darlings who perpetually overrank those
    midwestern aholes.

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  4. whb209

    Kanas at 84% and GA at 61%. I guess Kanas would just kick Ga’s ass next year. NOT. Maybe it has more to do with the guys that make up that 61% rather than just the number.

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  5. Hobnail_Boot

    73% of that awful Buckeye defense is music to my ears. FtheMFs.


  6. munsoning

    I’m about to move from Shaker Heights to NYC. I will not miss Shaker and I will not miss being surrounded by Buckeyes fans. Insufferable.


  7. uga97

    What does “returning production” truly mean? Total live game experience & # of snaps played seems just as relevant, even for the special teams dudes.