As I've also mentioned, there are better places to get this kind of coverage. I'll have many of them linked up here in the morning. From there I plan to give you some pictures, some updates as well as some video of the coaches' comments. That last part should go smoothly with the app I've downloaded. But if the fax machine jams and the coaches are late coming out to the floor, I should let you know that I'm not delaying lunch!
Anyway, AHD passed this along yesterday. It's an interesting read given yesterday's news that UGA might lose a recruit who really wants to come to Athens. Georgia has had to work along with the admission rules on non-qualifiers before. And schools like Marshall often enter the mix. Remember Kent Turene? And frequently UGA is ridiculed by little brother the engiNerd over this predicament. So I thought I'd highlight the following portion of the article on "special admits":
To those that follow this closely, no real breaking news there. Except for Tech fans that make fun of UGA's student athletes' test scores. But it certainly begs the question for which is the better practice: 1) lowering the standards so far that some student athletes can't possibly keep up with their peers, or 2) Richt helping a kid find a prep school or JUCO to work on both his academics and his football skills.