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Hargrave Military Academy, Kansas JUCO Conglomerate among Plaintiffs filing infringement suit against the State of Alabama University System in lieu of adopting "Expulsion ReRecruitment" Policy... ---According to Hargrave spokesman (slash QB/K/DT, according to newly amended depth chart...)

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The reason is because: He wanted to go back “home,” but GT sucks and UGA is recruiting WAYY over his head now. ..the times...they are...a’changin’
All you butthurt trolls should PRAY Georgia “hoards” all three of them, considering the programs most represented in the comments. Just think if he/they could transfer ANYwhere...this hoarding might eliminate two more losses per season over the next few years for the dumpster fires you represent! We are just getting started and it’s gonna be a fun ride...glad I’m not on the other, bitter side.
Come on Nebraska football and Indiana basketball...MAKE MIDDLE AMERICA (seem) GREAT AGAIN!
Terry's gonna be just fine. Hopefully Mecole and Jeremiah will get the screens and short stuff that they tried w Terry last year, and that Terry/Eason will have enough time (and other weapons on the field to divert attention) to complete the intermediate routes that we struggled to produce last year... Mark Webb will serve as a really good option (rather than chigbu) to play a similar style as Terry, but at X (a la Malcolm Mitchell- w more height and weight...but not quite as fast). He catches everything also, and already is a REALLY polished route runner and complete receiver... Mecole and Jeremiah are your lightning-in-a-bottle athletes...super quick-twitch and physical specimens. People get hung up trying to portray Terry and Mecole as identical athletes...when the similarities basically end w their recruitment status (5 star, #1 ranked athlete nationally, HS QB's) - but they weren't even similar while playing HS qb in almost identical situations (Mecole was basically a wildcat qb...who happened to play the whole game, whereas Terry probably throws a better football than anyone on campus not named Eason or Fromm (similar arm strength to Fromm tho---for real---don't get it twisted).
Why? To waste one that could go to 4-5 star WR, DB, DL or LB? Na, thanks tho:)
Oh, and don't forget DGibbs- much more accomplished WR. Bottom line w lecounte is that he's a sure thing on D...not a project like these "athletes."
He will have his chance to impress on special teams (all coverage and return units...), but Richard isn't playing offense. 1) He's likely to get significant snaps on D, assuming he bulks up a bit. 2) He played all over the field in HS...which is a necessity when playing in a mediocre, small program. 3) Mecole or Bishop would be the guys you'd imagine playing a role at WR if someone had to move over to offense... Rich has a better shot of moving to DB and starting...than moving to O.
But i could certainly seen us redshirting the #3 QB in 2017 class (Fromm)...esp if Trevor Lawrence (#1 overall 2018) picks Clemson over Georgia...otherwise he plays mop up duty next year (and the cupboard will be stocked w the most NFL QB talent in the nation). Could get interesting...
Brilliant- waste a year of talent and improvement on a guy who's has very little chance of staying more than 3 yrs...much less 5. This isn't Dobbs- who has no chance of ever playing in the League unless he can change positions...
You read this... but didn't pay attention to a UGA game last year? He's not the only Georgia QB that can punt, either... Think Eason averaged over 40yds/punt in HS. Brice could punt in the League if he'd concentrate on it...and it's pretty nice to have a guy punting who has top tier arm talent and could deliver a fake w out the typical ducks flying... Def gotta play safe against him.
The UT fan consensus on Kirby's eminent failure is beyond played out... We are sorry that UT fired Fulmer and made two terrible choices to try replacing him... Wanting Kirby to be a Dooley or Kiffin isn't gonna result in the manifestation of such😱. Saban's got quite the coaching tree...filled with all sorts of results (but where the better assistants have normally found the most success), and even Muschamp can turn around his legacy. And before you compare him to Muschamp, don't forget that what Kirby's done before a snap has even been taken...avoiding the glaring mistake of Muschamp's tenure: he's assigned an experienced and proven coordinator to run the O, WITHOUT changing (dramatically) our O identity or philosophy. Namely, he's not obsessed with running pro-style concepts with dual threat QB's (The Les Miles Approach)...nor is he rebuilding a neglected and diseased program---athletically and socially.
UGA does not play beneath any sand...
"...gave it to that kid outta Johnson County...he ran right over two men...oh you, H_____ W_____." Who knows- maybe another true freshman can lead from a position that (at the time) is/was historically implausible. Just being hopeful:) •••"My God....a freshman!"•••
I know you've been itching to use that tired line (the product of CMR's policies and character...), and who blames you for using an outdated jab, since Bama has had no reason to troll us for a long time...we either weren't a threat or fell off when we did have a team. First off: We have several scholarships open...established by Kirby when he signed a small class and said he "wasn't gonna panic and add recruits late just to fill the class for the sake of filling scholarships." Noting that he "just has that many more available to use in the future..." Good Try. Some nice deductive reasoning but reaching... Research next time...and remember the selective nature of Saban's discipline system...notice that he always talks about keeping kids to help them in life...because those are big names and players of need. All is silent in Alabama when he kicks off players of lesser status for equal or lesser offenses...
I think Holyfield will play a pretty big role this year...depending on factors like health/availability- I see him as the third back in a 2014-esque approach to rotating RBs...
Absurd. Douglas may trot out for the first series, but anyone w a brain, much less UGA insiders...knows he can't produce, and Holyfield would have to be relied on in that particular case...
Butthurt. Glad y'all found a "better OL coach." Even ur coach is mad butthurt...
Freshmen RB's used to be held out and coddled until Herschel put a Natl Championship on his back. There's always a first, and I'd put my money on Eason to be as good as asked for from a true freshman in the SEC...redshirt freshmen have enjoyed quite the success recently- only a matter of time before a true freshman has a coming out party. Rosen would have REALLY looked good in an offense w a better ground game... Matter of time.......
Well- he did pretty well coaching up Allen...but luckily for us, Jacob is the better than any HS QB Ark has EVER had, well, I guess I forgot about Mustang! Ark, butthurt isn't a good look for you- sorry we snagged your coveted OL coach;)
Gotta ask- because I'm sure that as an Ole Miss fan and msg-boader, you've seen/engaged in plenty of Simmons banter: The "MMA referee classes" bit...is that original material? If so, bravo! That is, hands down, def the best jab I've seen on the subject...maybe my favorite comment of the off season. Jealous I can't claim it...
Surprise surprise- what a Good Samaritan...no doubt he's got the unequaled leadership and character qualities that would be unmatched if he were to have interest in a job like the (fictitious) "Commissioner" discussion...
What Trae said- it seems...but Swift AND Akers would be acceptable too.
I don't think it took Alabama utilizing arguably their most talented [and blatantly their most underused] offensive talent, finally, in the National Championship game...for any good coach or team to realize the value of TE's. This is undisputed among pro-style, power oriented OC's. It's a staple, a necessity...for such offenses to be optimized. I don't think OJ or Bama taught any philosophical football lessons to coaches from Ark (where Chaney oversaw the emergence of Hunter Henry and Co.) or programs that simply paid uncharacteristicly little attention to their TE's last year...most to their own detriment. UGA under CMR got heavy use out of the position until last year---think Ben Watson, Leonard Pope, Arthur Lynch, Jay Rome/Blazevich...among others.
You'll probably go through plenty...that is, job interviews......
Again: prefacing this by saying Boog's predictions are as good as your regular Finebaum caller... But it's funny that the two comments come from the two fanbases that declared Fournette a Heisman finalist before he stepped foot on campus...and Jeremy Johnson (well...enough said there). Not unlike the disgruntled Tennessee fans STILL clinging to the idea that their "tough luck" post Fulmer automatically means that their years of misery will find company in a "Richt-less" UGA. Luckily for the haters, their clumsy analysis will be ancient history by the time Kirby can complete a season or two... If you still think UT's past failures in any way connect to Kirby'/UGA's future, you're looking in the wrong direction and/or basing this off a coach who, despite his achievements, is a sunk cost for UGA. They both DESERVE a head coaching spot at UGA...but since that isn't possible, I'll take the current state of UGA's head coaching position...current full staff...and current trajectory/recruiting/etc.
Cant say I ever agree w any of the hot garbage Boog has to spew...but Aubbie shouldn't comment, since Eason clearly WILL be a legit talent in the SEC at some point (fairly conservative assumption...). We cannot say the same about the "Heisman Front Flopper" Jeremy Johnson.
Plus they do it in a system that prepares them (like it or not) for the NFL game. There are a TON of moving parts in comparing such an offense (OSU's) to the NFL based on stats (esp from '15 season alone...). He's gonna have to stand guys up in the NFL...and not that he won't be great at it, I just think there is some room to allow his NFL career playout before anointing him the Second Coming... The use of the run/pass option, alone, should be taken into consideration when putting such weight on a single stat...over one (weakly scheduled) season... After all, what is the NFL perspective on OL prospects' (elite and in general) acclimation to NFL from highly regarded zone-read/spread/option offenses? "Terrible fundamentals...learning curve..." etc.
Curious what you think after those tough defenses he faced...didn't change my opinion: he's the most talented, but doesn't have the same relentlessness when facing adversity as some listed in the comments and/or article.
"I wanna share some unsubstantiated bs w you while I remain anon on one of my 7 trolling accts here. They'll never catch on..." 1. That lineman has nothing to do w Kirby. Not my concern. 2. Ok, shady tactics? As in, the same restrictions that every coach/team - with very few exceptions (nationwide, not in SEC...anymore, w CMR gone) - placed on transfers...and has been blown way out of proportion ONLY because of the contrast from Richt. I'd bet the house that your program of choice not only does this, but also restricted players from transferring to UGA when CMR allowed transfers to that same school...or would have if they even wanted to. Nice to see another self-righteous, ignorant blowhard hide behind the Internet to keep his school's dirty ass laundry from being thrown back his way...