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Category Archives: Recruiting
- There may be a difference between compliant and committed, but some preseason happy talk in Athens always sounds familiar.
- In Columbia, too. They’re buying in!
- Where have you gone, Georgia transfers? (Sad to hear about Tramel Terry’s latest setback.)
- Just because most SEC coaches participated in satellite camps doesn’t mean they have to like it.
- Seth Emerson ranks Georgia’s 2016 opponents in order of importance.
- Larry Fedora is an advanced stats advocate.
- You can take Kirby Smart out of Tuscaloosa, but you can’t take Tuscaloosa out of Kirby Smart.
- Commitment announcements just keep getting sillier.
- Junior’s gonna Junior.
- Andy Staples sets the bar: “Unlike former co-worker Jim McElwain, who didn’t face high expectations when he took over at Florida, first-year Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart is expected to compete for championships immediately. Otherwise, why did Georgia fire Mark Richt? “
You wanna know why South Carolina under Spurrier went in the toilet?
We knew he didn’t care much about recruiting even in the good times, but, sheesh, that’s Paul Johnson-level sad.
Is it just me, or do things seem to be getting a little weirder in Mississippi these days?
You know what Paul Johnson’s dream job is? Kirby Smart’s.
The new dynamic, of course, for Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is that for the first time in his nine seasons with the Yellow Jackets, the Georgia coach on the other sideline will be Kirby Smart. Johnson isn’t sure what that could mean for the rivalry.
“I have no idea, we’ll see,” Johnson said. “I’ll have a better idea in a couple of years I guess. They’re always going to have good players. The place recruits itself. That’s not going to change for sure. It will be interesting to see how they do. It would be hard to say until we watch them play.”
“The place recruits itself.” Could there be anything more Chantastic for the genius?