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Georgia coach accused of pushing Gators

This from a report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: A Georgia high school football coach was recently accused by the school's former coach for urging a star running back, who had already committed to Georgia, to consider other options other than the Bulldogs.

First-year Jonesboro Mt. Zion football coach Jarrett Laws denied swaying his player. Laws is from Florida. The player, Martin Ward, is a 5-10, 196-pound running back. He looks pretty good on paper and has indeed balked on his early commitment to Georgia. As a junior, Ward averaged 9.2 yards per carry and scored 16 touchdowns. Georgia has lost two early commitments in recent weeks.

And in related news...I think I'll eat a ham sandwich. On second thought, better make it turkey. No, now I want bologna.

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