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The genius stole one of Virginia’s recruits away this past week. Sayeth the kid, “(Paul Johnson) was happy,” Curry said. “He has very strict rules on committing and not going other places. So his rule is ‘You commit to us, … Continue reading
Straight from the lips of the latest commitment to Georgia’s class of 2015, DT Justin Young of Grayson: “Georgia coaches wanted me to go around and look at another schools before I committed,” Young said. “That was another reason why I … Continue reading
Aside from attitude and verbosity, is there any difference in how the two coaches respond to Michael Carvell’s question about how each treats a recruit with a longstanding commitment who decides to take a last-minute trip to another school? I’m … Continue reading
The latest recruiting fooferaw involves a quarterback from Illinois neither you nor I likely would have ever heard of, except for (1) he received an offer from UGA and (2) that offer set in motion a bizarre chain of events… well, … Continue reading
Andy Staples seems to think there are plenty of repercussions coming from the soon-to-be enacted December signing period. The new signing period, a three-day window that matches when junior college players are allowed to sign now, wouldn’t replace the period … Continue reading
Georgia Tech makes a grayshirt offer. I wonder how the Johnson Doctrine works with that.
You may have noticed that Mark Richt jumped into the early signing period debate yesterday with some comments that appeared in the AJ-C. He wasn’t as strident – or as personal – about the subject as Stanford’s David Shaw. Rather, … Continue reading
I love it when the Johnson Doctrine fails. And this is shaping up as my all time favorite example.
This, I am sure, changes everything. Georgia Tech has made a leap forward in its recruiting efforts. It is the hope of coach Paul Johnson that the Yellow Jackets now won’t be playing from behind. The team has expanded the … Continue reading
When the AJ-C throws you a fastball down the middle with a header like this, you’ve got to turn on it. Suggestions are more than welcome in the comments. Do it for the Johnson Doctrine.