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A little behind? Under Coach Richt, we have had a top ten recruiting class in all of his years except one. FAR from behind IMO.
I'd rather have a lower "star" rating of recruits that can be coached up and want to play for UGA. Those stars that your so concerned with do not show how the recruit will play at the next level. Why sign five star recruits who aren't coming to benefit the program or want to learn more since they have been told they are so good? Boise is a perfect example of a smaller college with development of lower rated players. We loss to UCF and then them and they do not get the highly rated players that are stressing you out. Just relax and let the coaches do what they get paid for...have a Merry Christmas to start.
You, too, Perrydawg!
In 2007, SEC "powerhouse Alabama signed 25 players.
In 2008, SEC "powerhouse" Alabama signed 32 players.
In 2009, SEC "powerhouse" Alabama signed 27 players.
In 2010, SEC "powerhouse" Alabama signed 26 players.
According to simple addition that comes to 110 players over a 4 year period.
In 2007, Georgia signed 23 players.
In 2008, Georgia signed 24 players.
In 2009, Georgia signed 20 players.
In 2010, Georgia signed 19 players.
According to simple addition that comes to 86 players over a 4 year period.
In closing, Corn Dawg, Georgia is indeed behind the SEC "powerhouse" by exactly 24 players, or an entire class....whichever you prefer. I hope this helps you understand the reason why Georgia is behind the SEC "powerhouse".
This post was edited by GeorgiaBoy on 12/25/2011 at 6:56 PM
Don't waste your time doin the math dude. No matter what the reason results speak for themselves.
Alabama is not the only powerhouse in SEC either by the way
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