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With whom you are dealing....): Recipient of the coveted "Excelsior" Post of the Month designation by Jeff Sentell on May 18, 2019, for this post on the same day (italics are not mine but were gratis/magic), appearing in the "Commit to the G 2020" OP:
Let's stick with 24/7 composite. So, UGA is poised to break the/their own record this year. Now with 9 projected, if that is in fact the number, there is only the smallest chance that UGA/any of these athletes will be blaylocked * this year. Let's hope that that is the case.
* blaylock (blā-ˈläk), verb intransitive, to blaylock is to lower the rating of a high school athlete for no apparent reason and in spite of empirical evidence that that athlete is a superior exemplar of that sports activity; more generally, any athlete whose rating is lowered contrary to any expectation based on performance.
[end of comment] THAT ^^ is with whom you are dealing, buddy-row.
I'll leave you with this:0June 15