Five-Star Talks Trip to Athens
"I had a good game Friday night," said Dre Kirkpatrick. "I had three interceptions. I returned one of the picks back to the house for six. It was a good win for us. We play at Shades Valley (2-3) this week."
Kirkpatrick witnessed Alabama's victory in Athens with the final score of 41-30 after a Tide 31-0 halftime lead.
"I went over to the Georgia-Alabama game," he said. "I went over there as a recruit to the game. I saw where somebody [Georgia] needed to do some work. When the first half ended I was like 'whoa.' I wasn't expecting that one."
"I think Alabama came out and played really hard. They had a great game plan. It really paid off in the end for them."
"I talked to a couple of coaches including the head coach [Mark Richt]. They kept saying they don't think they can get me. I kept asking them why they were saying that. They wouldn't really even give it a shot. They just kept saying they couldn't get me, but then said I would be a big help to their secondary."
"I didn't talk to any of the Alabama coaches, but they kept waving to me when I was down there on the sidelines. I was trying to look away from them. It was funny. I didn't know what the Georgia coaches would think."
"The visit over to Georgia was probably my last trip over there."
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