Isaiah Crowell's recruitment featured a stunning piece of drama directed by Mark Richt that has forced the Georgia Bulldogs to self-report a violation. When Crowell was in Athens in late January, Richt had his offense, sans tailback, line up in uniform while Richt and Crowell looked down from the swag pad.
Crowell then went downstairs to take his rightful place. Meanwhile, crimefighting duo Washaun Ealey and Caleb King thwacked foreheads in the parking lot while chasing a motorized cartoon mouse before sitting on the ground as stars and birds circled in the air.
UGA has asked the NCAA to consider this a secondary violation, and Crowell's eligibility has already been reinstated. This is the second incident of recruitment violations the Dawgs have self-reported in the past week, after the presence of David Pollack and Randall Godfrey at Ray Drew's announcement led to five secondaries.
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