ATLANTA Georgia Tech coach Chan Gailey said he evaluates each recruiting class two seasons down the line. But he’ll likely have an even better indicator of whether or not his recruiting is going well his paycheck.
“We’re not (always) right, we admit that,” Gailey said. “But you don’t stay employed very long if you don’t get many of them right.”
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