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From Athens- Friday Thoughts 5 months 1 week ago #78233

Good Morning All,

Disappointed absolutely…..
Losing need never be enjoyable…..

Looking over our recent past prior to CKS….and during his first year we

Fans dealt with disappointment all too often…. Losing to teams that we

Should have beaten by double digits……. Painful to watch…. And endure…

Much has been said about how much we are losing in talent and experience…..

This part of the process that happens in college sports….

New faces will arrive and we will watch them grow and gain experience…

As Ogredawg noted correctly….. looking forward to CKS…
year three…

Looking at where we were after the 2017 G-game to where we found ourselves last Monday…

IMHO.... not unreasonable to think we won't see even more improvement

Who will be the freshmen that find PT…….

Redshirt freshman and role players who among them will standout…

HC will address issues in a manner much like he did with our loss to
Assburn……

…. HC ... knows the road to a Natty passes through Tuscaloosa

Much to be thankful for

The days of talent being wasted….. have ended

Pause and give thanks

Have a great weekend and a safe week

As always “Go Dawgs”
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From Athens- Friday Thoughts 5 months 4 days ago #78247

For many years it has been said that the missing factor in Georgia Football has been the coaching, not the lack of talent, know that I have. NFL drafts have proven that most years UGA sends solid, talented young men to the league. Hoping to put that chapter behind us . . . . for sure there is an abundance of talent in Athens now and a lot more with their bags packed heading to the Classic City.

Coach’em Up . . . . :)
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From Athens- Friday Thoughts 5 months 4 days ago #78248

Maybe some have watched the video below, if not . . . .

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From Athens- Friday Thoughts 5 months 3 days ago #78249

Thanks again to this group of players, coaches and staff. Many on this board and others realize the amount of dedication on your part that made this possible. You will always be remembered as one of the very best to wear the Red and Black.

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From Athens- Friday Thoughts 5 months 3 days ago #78250

Reading what Jeff Sentell had to say reminded me of the "many" posts here that have said the same thing for years. Like Scott's approach . . . . don't tell a lie and the story always remains the same. Scott is going to pay dividends while coaching at Georgia. The longer he is with us the more "relationships he will build". Time management has always been a part, a large part of "any process". Football and life processes cross many of the same lines.

www.dawgnation.com/football/recruiting/w...o-see-from-a-recruit

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And this . . . .


Both Adam Anderson and Channing Tindall were both awarded the coveted, fifth star in recruiting.

Anderson measured in at 6-foot-4.5 at 221 pounds with 34 ¾ arms in length. The OLB chose UGA over Alabama in the end.

Tindall measured in at 6-foot-1.5 at 217 pounds with 33 5/8 arms in length. He hand size was 10 ½ and one of the biggest there for any position in Texas.

Final season stats for Anderson in 15 games were:

63 total tackles with 23.5 tackles for loss and 10 sacks.

Final season stats for Tindall in 10 games were:

132 total tackles with 14 tackles for loss and 9 sacks.

You can see the final 2018 ranking for the Top247 on 247Sports by clicking here.


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From Athens- Friday Thoughts 4 months 4 days ago #78389

That young man is climbing the ladder. Predict one more year for him in the classic city. Unless uga can match the latest offer.
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