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Makes landing Adams and Johnson that much more of a priority. I'm sorry folks, but the Cocks are becoming a national power right before our eyes. SOS is turning that place into a destination job. He's laid the foundation and will continue to build that program up.
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Yeah - boy signing that 4 star DE prospect from Georgia was key to their rise to national power. Only to be evaporated when they play on the road the next 2 weeks because as good as they are at home, they are equally awful on the road. I mean it could not be possible that UGA did not prepare and was not out coached or our hustled or anything on Saturday - it was just that USC was a national power and so much better than us.
Johnny Dwight commits to Bama on 6/4/13 ranked the 44th DT in the nation by 247sports and 87 rating a 3 star. Now see the Bama bump.
I hope you're not as stupid as your post sounds. South Carolina was totally irrelevant when Spurrier took the program over. Look at where they are now. If they continue on the path that they are on, they will be a power. Hope that makes sense to you. And do you honestly think that the team didn't prepare for the game? C'mon man... We were definitely out coached and out hustled though...
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Props to you for seeing what Spurrier is trying to build in Columbia. We are no where close to being "world beaters", but he is building it the right way where it will be sustained when he leaves.
Good luck the rest of the way.
What is really bad is if either of them don't commit it makes losing KG that much worse, I mean there is no logical explanation as why to pass on KG, I would have rolled the dice, every year there is one or two that have to go the prep school or JC route anyway. There is no way to justify turning KG away, they need to land both Adams and Johnson, IMO. I would've signed KG, one in the hand is worth two in the bush, or have we not learned that the last couple of years and KG is very talented and now we will be playing across from him every year.
One reason SC is recruiting better is because they have upgraded their facilities. I live in Columbia, and it is a huge improvement to how it used to be. The stadium is still in a crappy spot IMO, but everything else has been improved. They were way behind when Spurrier arrived.
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