This SEC Coach Was At Arch Manning's Game Last Night
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Georgia head coach Kirby Smart was in attendance at Arch Manning's Friday’s night game... On Friday night, ESPN reporter Mark Schlabach previewed when Manning could make a decision. He also listed three programs that believe they’re right in the hunt for the top recruit...
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“From what people have told me around Isidore Newman, I think he’ll wait for the coaching carousel to settle down after this season,” Schlabach said, via Saturday Down South. “And then go out and make his official visits and come up with a decision late next spring or summer. But certainly Texas, Georgia and Alabama seem to think they’re in a pretty good position.”
(The Spun)

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frick the Mannings. They have no love or allegiance to LSU. I hope Arch proves me wrong though.
Reply1 month
TFH
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I love watching bottom-tier competition. My jr high team would have run all over them.
Reply1 month
Final score of that game??
Reply1 month
He is not coming to LSU. Stopping post CRAP about him on the LSU message board!!!!!!
Reply1 month
Why is Kirby on the field during the game?
Reply1 month
Arch probably has more NIL money now, than the entire Georgia team.
Reply1 month
No show highlights form the last game. Like wait.
Reply1 month
Just what you don’t want to see from your quarterback. And flag the team for Smart being on the field of play during a play.
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He’s not coming here so I don’t care what he does
Reply1 month
judging how big the check needs to be before he deposits it into Arch's bank account
Reply1 month
You're thinking small-time. The Mannings think big-time.
1 month
Would rather Walker Howard anyway
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They’re building this kid up to unreasonable expectations.
Reply1 month
By recruiting him?
1 month
Arch is not coming to LSU like the rest of the Manning clan. I don't give a shite where he ends up as long as we win against any team with the QB that wants to be at LSU.
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