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Uzzi and Burnett Earn All-ACC

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    Uzzi and Burnett Earn All-ACC



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    Great job to both and I'm glad they'll be back next year.

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    You sure Uzzi will be back? I haven't heard one way or the other, but he's definitely a guy that could play in the league.

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    I'm hoping that Uzzi stays if for no other reason than if he leaves for the NFL cheese will be telling us next season we're young again on the offensive line.. (Cue Rod Stewart and "Forever Young")

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Hart View Post
    You sure Uzzi will be back? I haven't heard one way or the other, but he's definitely a guy that could play in the league.

    Omoregie Uzzi*|*Georgia Tech,*OG*:*2013 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

    2012 NFL Draft Preview: The Top 50 Offensive Prospects in College Football | Bleacher Report

    I'm hoping that Uzzi stays if for no other reason than if he leaves for the NFL cheese will be telling us next season we're young again on the offensive line.. (Cue Rod Stewart and "Forever Young")
    Is there a "Forever Old" song, because we need to cue it up every time you roll out the same 'ol jokes. Btw, do you call zero seniors, 3 jr's and 5 soph's and 2 freshmen in the 2 deep OLD? Do you call fewest returning starts in the league OLD?

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    Congratulations, guys.
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    11 out of 12. When will this stop?

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    Isn't Uzzi a Gailey guy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelluvaMGTmjr View Post
    Isn't Uzzi a Gailey guy?
    Yup

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelluvaMGTmjr View Post
    Isn't Uzzi a Gailey guy?
    He was an '08 recruit. Either that entire class is Gailey's or it's CPJ's, you decide. When guys want to say "He's had 4 classes and we're still waiting...." they want to give it to CPJ. When some of those guys stand out, oh, their Gailey's guys. If anything, CPJ had to keep him from decommiting.

    I just looked it up, Uzzi committed Jan. 18, 2008. PJ was hired in Dec, '07. He's CPJ's guy any way you slice it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dressedcheeseside View Post
    He was an '08 recruit. Either that entire class is Gailey's or it's CPJ's, you decide. When guys want to say "He's had 4 classes and we're still waiting...." they want to give it to CPJ. When some of those guys stand out, oh, their Gailey's guys. If anything, CPJ had to keep him from decommiting.

    I just looked it up, Uzzi committed Jan. 18, 2008. PJ was hired in Dec, '07. He's CPJ's guy any way you slice it.

    I'm sure Gailey laid the groundwork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srschirm View Post
    I'm sure Gailey laid the groundwork.
    This is why I don't judge CPJ until next year. Next year, his first full class, the '09 class, will be RSjr's. This still won't represent CPJ's peak recruiting ability, however, because that early in his tenure, nobody thought he'd amount to anything in BCS football. He had none of the momentum earned through winning 20 games and 2 ACC coach of the year awards his first two years.

 

 
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