Early enrollment can lead to big payoff for quarterbacks
ATHENS, Ga. -- Fifteen minutes after making one of the most important decisions of his life, Eric Zeier was facing another tough dilemma.
It was December 1990, and Zeier had just verbally committed to play college football at the University of Georgia, choosing the Bulldogs over nearly every other major Division I-A program in the country.
Now Bob Pittard, the assistant coach who recruited Zeier for Georgia, was on the telephone offering the country's ...
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