'21 GA OT Amarius Mims (UGA commit)

jakez4ut

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main point was Atlanta probably had the most talented team year-in, year-out in the 1990’s but only came with one championship. Similar to Georgia in the last 5 years. They have a lot of talent but have failed to win one during that span so far.
I don't really care. Just like saying "1980" whenever UGA is brought up.
 

Weezer

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They're still closer to winning championships (SEC or otherwise) than we currently are. It's just a fact.
Not a fact. It's an opinion. To say they've done better in recent seasons is a fact. But any extrapolation of success this season, before it occurs, is a guess, so technically an opinion. And it's an opinion based on last year's team, which lost a lot on offense. 4 starting OL, starting QB with lots of SEC experience, starting RB.....That's a lot to lose. <----BTW, that is a fact. :)
 

UTMVol76

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Not a fact. It's an opinion. To say they've done better in recent seasons is a fact. But any extrapolation of success this season, before it occurs, is a guess, so technically an opinion. And it's an opinion based on last year's team, which lost a lot on offense. 4 starting OL, starting QB with lots of SEC experience, starting RB.....That's a lot to lose. <----BTW, that is a fact. :)
This.

We won't know until we see both products on the field who has the better talent, but it's obvious that Pruitt is bringing in upgraded talent in all positions, and UGA has seen massive attrition across the board, but especially on offense. Their 2017 and 2018 recruiting classes have pulled a Butch Jones on them....
 

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