December 7th, 2012 at 12:04 PM ^

Back to Alabama?

Seriously though, I still don't understand  why kids get so duped by guys like Chizik and Kiffin.

And secondly, why the hell are kids following assistant coaches!?  That's just terrible decision making!

I Like Burgers

December 7th, 2012 at 12:44 PM ^

As someone else said already, he'll wind up at Georgia.  His best friend Tray Matthews is a Georgia commit, and the two have long maintained that they will go to the same school.  Foster was waiting to see if Trooper Taylor would stay on staff at Auburn because he has been like a father figure to him.  Now that he's gone, the door is open for him to join the Bulldogs.

Probably should have waited on that tat though...


December 7th, 2012 at 12:08 PM ^

Seriously though, I still don't understand why kids get so duped by guys like Chizik and Kiffin.

17-18 year old boys are easily manipulated by attractive female coeds, parties with alcohol, and money.

I Like Burgers

December 7th, 2012 at 12:48 PM ^

If you've got a recruiter on staff that can consistently bring in several top 50 level recruits a year, I'd take him over a coach.  Put him in charge of something small like tight ends or something.  Hire other coaches to develop the star talent.  There's just not that many people like Mattison that are great recruiters and great coaches.


December 7th, 2012 at 12:32 PM ^

QB coach in title only. Recruit full time while Borges doesn't need a QB coach.

On second thought, the guy acts like a 12-year old ball boy when he jumps around, wears his hat backwards and waves a towel. He also recruits thugs.

Not Michigan material.


December 7th, 2012 at 12:39 PM ^

Just when you thought recruiting couldn't get stranger! I genuinely thought this kid would have to ride it out due to that massive tat after switching to Auburn. Hilariously sad because he technically could end up back there but unlikely and he is tied to a "recruiter" so his services are pretty much literally up for sale. Where this kid ends up would have any legitimate governing body poking around soon after.