Investigate Greg McGarity and the University of Georgia for Recruiting Violations

Investigate Greg McGarity and the University of Georgia for Recruiting Violations

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Matthew Chisholm started this petition to NCAA and

After this past weeks events with the commitment of Carson Beck, it is time to investigate the University of Georgia's athletic program under the direction of Greg McGarity. A week after naming the University of Florida his leader, Carson Beck took an unexpected 180 and committed to UGA. On the early "National Signing Day" in December, UGA flipped quarterback Dwan Mathis without a visit to UGA. Number one overall recruit Nolan Smith, a defensive end out of IMG Academy, was seen with a $80,000 Mercedes-Benz. Not only have they had the last two number one recruits in football, but just recently Georgia received a commitment from the number one overall basketball recruit Anthony Edwards. With all of these recruits seeming to go their way, a simple explanation is that Georgia is just good at recruiting. However, this fall, Jimbo Fisher of Texas A&M came out and accused UGA of dirty recruiting of quarterback Zach Calzada, accusing Kirby Smart of dirty recruiting. Why does Georgia lose many people to transfers? Why do they keep getting the number one overall recruit? There may be no wrongdoing here, but it is at least worth a look into these events to see if any wrongdoing has been committed in the UGA athletic department. It is for this reason that I am petitioning the NCAA to start an investigation into Greg McGarity and the University of Georgia Athletic Department, as well as looking into the recruiting practices exhibited by Kirby Smart and Tom Crean. With a simple investigation, Georgia could silence the "haters" who try to downplay their extremely successful recruiting these past few years, or we could find out that Georgia has in fact cheated the system. In order to maintain a fair and honest NCAA, it is time for the University of Georgia to be investigated. 

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