Watch Vols Coaching Staff Stayed On Field To Congratulate Georgia Players They Recruited
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Very classy move by Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt and his staff on Saturday after getting blown out by Georgia. The former Bulldogs defensive coordinator and other assistants stayed on the field after the game to congratulate the Georgia players, many of whom they recruited...


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while fans hate everything about opposing teams, fans don't understand that most of these players have relationships w/ players on other teams and were recruited by coaches of other teams. The rivalry is for 60 minutes - then its friendship/relationships - fans will hate me saying this - but it's true.
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So true. Surprisingly the Bama/Auburn players are like this too. It's only us fans who are so damn delusional.
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Where was his team? I dont like it, your guys are in the locker room hurting and all you want to do is get your ego stroked by showing what a good dude you are. He will be a gigantic failure
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It makes perfect sense - you never know who might be in the transfer market next year.
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I’m a little confused by their tactics. But whatever the objective, it won’t work. Dawgs will have the #1 class and UT will suck hind tit.
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looked to me these were more upperclassmen that played under Pruitt two years ago when he was UGA DC. Those guys don't have eligibility left to transfer.
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There is a certain bond you for one I’ve been on the same team. This is one of the better aspects of sports, and should be celebrated more
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bond you form when**
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Jermy is a weird looking mofo but I'd take his arse back as DC any day.
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If they stayed out to talk to all the commits they missed, they’d still be out there.
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Solid move for recruiting in addition to it being a classy gesture.
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