ACCOUNT DEACTIVATED IN PROTEST OF EVIL SOFTWARE
- Dec 9, 2009
I hear you. Problem for me is I can't remember a year when we suited up 85.Doesn't matter, the possibility that it could happen makes it wrong.
What if both commit though, and we only have room for one scholarship?That is crap. Opara was the back-up to Miller. We waited to see what Miller would do before the offered Opara. We should have offered both and forced the issue, if Miller committed then and backed out now we could at least go to Opara and say we wanted you then and the spot filled up but now it is open. Or, Opara could have taken it and the spot would be filled. Our course of action was to put all the power in Miller's hand and now go to Opara begging.
Also, in order to "over-sign" the recruits have to actually sign.
Jesus where did Ole Miss come from? If they finish with Tunsil and Nkemdiche, they are gonna finish with the ~#8/9 class in the country. This is after going 13-24 overall and 4-20 in the SEC over the last 3 seasons.UGA just lost Laramie Tunsil to Ole Miss!!!!!!!!!! BWAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!
They have just also offered Adeosun.
Won't be surprised if they're on probation in a few years.Jesus where did Ole Miss come from? If they finish with Tunsil and Nkemdiche, they are gonna finish with the ~#8/9 class in the country. This is after going 13-24 overall and 4-20 in the SEC over the last 3 seasons.
Yeah it's a little too much, too soon if you ask me.Won't be surprised if they're on probation in a few years.
Please be a preferred walkonLooks like some kicker or punter is visiting this weekend.
Then they'll just say "OK, I commit", knowing that it doesn't actually obligate them at all.its very simple. you tell the kid: "look, here is an offer to commit to Georgia Tech and be on the team. there is another guy like you, you isnt quite sure, and he has an offer also. The thing is that we will take the first guy that commits and so your offer is conditional on the spot not already being taken. we would love for you to make your offer solid as soon as possible and commit to being a Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket. The choice is yours."