Bobo targets the 229 

June, 19, 2013
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo can often be heard shouting across the practice fields in an accent that could be described as a southern drawl. Detractors -- and Bobo’s success on the recruiting trail has earned him many -- would describe his voice as “backwoods” or “countrified,” maybe even “hillbilly.”

But that country-boy swagger rings true to his roots and is the language Bobo’s recruiting targets speak. If it isn’t their first language, it is their second and they slip into it like a favorite baseball cap when Bobo talks to them.

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