The recruits eyes on Georgia
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Georgia football recruits on a national level but their biggest competition in recruiting will always be against other SEC programs. That’s why it’s always important to have an ideal kickoff time each and every week.
Georgia wants recruits watching Georgia football games when they aren’t on official visits or when their visit has ended. And for that week, there are only two major games for SEC teams. Georgia versus Notre Dame, and Auburn versus Clemson.
The Auburn versus Clemson game doesn’t have a time yet, but since Georgia plays at 7:30 that day, Auburn will probably want to play at 3:30 ET. It’s not primetime, but it’s SEC time, the time the biggest SEC game each week kicks off.
The recruits that are looking to play in the SEC will get to watch Auburn, but then watch Georgia right after. No other games to distract them.
Of course Auburn and Clemson might both shoot for a different time. But unless they kickoff at 7:30 as well, Georgia will have the full attention of many of the recruits they’re targeting.