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Old 09-22-2011, 11:09 AM
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What are college football fans reactions to recruits that do not live up to what everyone expected once they play at the college level? What about those that decide to transfer to different schools?

I know there were many UGA fans that wanted AJ Harmon to play at UGA and there also was Washaun Ealy. Both of these guys have transferred schools. I'm not a UGA fan but I know there are many disappointed.

After players transfer do the fans still like to watch them play?
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Old 09-22-2011, 01:02 PM
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Those dudes are like 19-23 year old young men whom most of which won't become anything more than a regular worker than you or me.

It happens A LOT more often than people think or are confortable with. So whatever.

To me, the college game is at least as much about the coaching staff as it is the talent as good staff "coaches kids up".
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