4/15 10:08 PM not really...hate to burst your bubble...I just read everything on here and don't forget any of it...you can tell the type of person that coaches want to work with, that they enjoy working with...If they're all on the same page, working toward the same goal, the overall achievement and satisfaction is much higher...kids like aaron are what make an institution and program continually successful...the type of kids that I and most of the GA family like to pull for...I want to see kids succeed at UGA and then once they leave in whatever area of life they end up in, and I truly believe that Mark Richt gives kids the best opportunity to do just that...His values are second to none and the program and coaching staff he's assembled are as fine as anywhere in the country...His schemes translate well into NFL offenses and the players are prepared to make that jump, provided their level is equal to the task...If not, CMR's done everything a coach can do to prepare a young man how to live a successful life outside the arena of sports
4/14 9:29 PM seriously though--Georgia fans everywhere would be pleased to have Aaron come to UGA. He seems to be a very positive, humble, hard-working young man that would be a welcome addition to the Bulldawg family. He would be treated by the coaches fairly and honestly, as well as any young man could possibly ask for. Some people promise playing time, while UGA coaches consistently promise competition time--there IS a difference and I think it's only fair to Aaron that UGA is openly sharing that with him. Coaches would be doing their best to help him succeed in all areas of life, not just in sports and there's no finer example in college football than Coach Richt. Coach Richt cares about winning football games but he cares about the young men who play the game for him much more than W-L. If I was making a choice for school with all else being equal (actually even if they weren't equal), I'd go with that type of environment every day of the week. Best of luck in whatever decision Aaron makes, but we want him at Georgia.