This episode of the Seth and Gentry show had a wee bit of everything, I'd say.
First up is the surging Georgia men's basketball team, now sitting in great shape for the NCAA tournament, seemingly just playing for a good seed at this point.
Then we discuss Tony Ball, including whether we expect him to stick around as Georgia's receivers coach, and what he brings as far as coaching and recruiting.
That's when we moved on to the bigger issue of whether recruits should sign letters-of-intent, or just sign financial aid papers, as Roquan Smith plans on doing. We went on for awhile about this, showing our analytical and intelligent sides.
Then we finished up by arguing about country music.