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A major commitment from Alabama is on her way to Georgia.

Given that both Alabama and Georgia are SEC teams and have been the top teams in the sport for the past five years, they have emerged as two of college football’s most underappreciated rivals. Georgia and Alabama do not play each other on the field annually. Nevertheless, they compete with one another in recruiting off the field. The Crimson Tide have already fallen behind the Bulldogs since head coach Nick Saban announced his retirement, and on Friday, Alabama lost one of their former commits to Georgia.

According to Hayes Fawcett of, Mason Short, a four-star offensive lineman, has committed to Georgia.
Originating from Evans, Georgia, Short selected the Bulldogs over Kentucky, Ohio State, and Clemson.

Saban’s retirement coincided with Short’s decommitment, therefore Short’s only reason for playing for the Crimson Tide was Saban.
However, I don’t blame Georgia for cleaning up the Crimson Tide decommits as of late. With Kirby Smart, the best college football coach in the history of the sport, the Bulldogs have won two of the last three titles. Saban is no longer with us.

Under new head coach Kalen DeBoer, Alabama should still be very good, but he has to show it on the field before players begin to line up and want to

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