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according to Ed Aschoff's post season countdown of the top 25 performances from 2011.
I'd love for Jarvis to be in contention as the third UGA player to win 3 All Americans.
Stopping our next member of the countdown from wreaking havoc in opposing backfields wasn't exactly easy: No. 6: Jarvis Jones, LB, Georgia, RSo. Pre
I'm hoping with everyone returning he can wreak even more havoc on opposing Qbs next season. Go Dawgs!
I'd like to know how having a year like Jarvis had lands him at 6?
Just a guess...
I'm not sure how it could be said that Upshaw had a better 2011 than Jarvis...
He's going to find some BS reason to do it.
I agree. But both are all americans. And upshaw may get a nod on espn (senior discount).
Understood, but the 5 meansonny named should all be top 25, but weren't listed in 6-25, so ...
Born and bred Bulldog, living in Maryland since '88
You have been heard!!!!
Aschoff recants (kind of) and confesses that Jarvis may have been too low on the list.
"While Richardson was spot on, there was another player who we felt should have been higher. At second glance, Chris and I felt that Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones was too low. He ended up sixth, but we now feel like we should have had him above both Melvin Ingram and Courtney Upshaw.
When you finish the year with an SEC-best 19.5 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks after a a year away from the field you deserve to be higher. " (quoted from article).
The postseason top 25 countdown is done and it's time for us to discuss our reasons for how we sorted our list and why we left some players off. Anyt
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