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I honestly wouldn't put Ohio that far up... Ohio St gets basically whoever they want from the home state.
No they don't there hole state went to other sec team never see nothing like that and miami people complain
It's not that serious
After seeing Cane king 1's work today I had to check out his post history...
The thread was locked so I salute you on this thread,
Gotta say its A+ troll work.
Beatings will continue until morale improves
UGA was 5 yards from a national championship berth so I think we are doing alright with recruiting. Sony Michel told me to tell you to lock down your city before you open your mouth
It's been pointed out a million times, but the dynamics of recruiting in Georgia is different than other hotbed states. UGA is the instate school, but it is not really the home team for a lot of the talent.
Auburn is basically on the state line and is much closer to the West Georgia/Columbus kids.
FSU and UF are much closer to the South Ga/Valdosta kids. UGA has actually started doing better there.
Clemson is also basically on the state line as well in NE Ga.
Alabama just won 3 of 4 NCs and is only 3 hours from ATL.
South Carolina and Tennessee are also in striking distance.
Most importantly, there is very little loyalty to UGA in the Atlanta area. The city is a sort of boom-town with many transplants with loyalties elsewhere.
All told, UGA recruits well enough to compete with anyone. The talent is there. There are 175-200 FBS prospects every year. UGA gets their share and fills in with guys from FL, NC, SC, etc.
South Carolina has taken at least 29 players from the state of Georgia in the last 3 years. There is just too much talent there.
Georgia is a transplant state. Lots of Highschool talent have no ties to Georgia. It's always gonna be a battle ground state.
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