The Georgia Bulldogs had a pretty disappointing month of October. The team were blasted by Alabama to open the month and then lost star running back Nick Chubb in a loss to Tennessee.
The team is now sitting at 5-3 and has been eliminated from winning the SEC East after being favored to win the division in preseason rankings. According to Chat Sports, that seems to have affected their recruiting class for the next season as the nation’s second-ranked quarterback, Jacob Eason, has began reaching out to other schools across the country after he committed to Georgia a month ago.
He has reportedly reached out to Alabama, Notre Dame, Michigan, and the Bulldogs’ biggest rival, Florida. This might have something to do with their being rumors that head coach Mark Richt may be on the way out in Athens.
Right now, Eason is still committed to Georgia, but if there is a major changing of the guard before signing day, this could be a big blow for the Bulldogs.
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