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Coming within five seconds of the chance to play for a National Championship could haunt a team forever. However, Coach Mark Richt, who stands by that controversial call, won't allow that to be a plague to the team. Richt, who has pulled a hefty 32-man recruit class, stands by his team and believes they have built a solid group.
While top prospects may not have flocked to the Bulldogs, they have obtained talent that can immediately become a resource for the team. After losing 12 defensive starters, the Bulldogs had spaces to fill. The large recruitment class will serve as a benefit to this loss.
Depth is severely needed for Georgia, and players like receiver Jonathon Rumph, cornerback Shaq Wiggins, and Tramel Terry, who can line up at any position and pose a threat, not only fill this need but also add star talent.
Quarterback Aaron Murray is returning for his senior season, and this is huge for the Bulldogs. This large recruit class may give the Bulldogs the final push for a satisfying season. Georgia has recently dealt with the stigma of never winning big games. Fans may believe that this recruiting class won't help them win big either.
I guess we'll all just have to sit back and wait until September rolls around. Until then, it's all pure speculation.