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Georgia football: Bulldogs are distancing away from de-commitment trend

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edited April 2020 in Article commenting

imageGeorgia football: Bulldogs are distancing away from de-commitment trend

Clemson just suffered a big de-commitment from the nation's No. 1 prospect for 2021. What does that trend look like for the Georgia football program? It appears that is taking a downturn for the Bulldogs.

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  • UGA66UGA66 Posts: 3,072 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    De-commitments are a football fact of life. Pittman leaving had much to do with this fact in December 2019..UGA lost a good OT in Joshua Braun plus others. Losing three stars Wilson and Oliver for 2021 has actually opened UGA doors to higher ranked recruits. I like Clemson approach...no more visitations following a public commitment.

  • WayxATLdawg89WayxATLdawg89 Posts: 87 ✭✭ Sophomore

    @UGA66 Losing Sam Pittman might be the best thing that happened for the UGA OL that remain. Matt Luke put those guys in the position to win at the point of attack at the Sugar Bowl. Pittman, ace recruiter but horrible on-field coach.

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