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Gainous: the waiting game

He said that ever since he was little that he has been a Georgia fan and that the choice to be a Bulldog was made even easier because "the coaching staff has been real nice to me. I like them a lot."

"The test scores are not in yet," he said disappointingly.

Tommy Gainous is still waiting. His test scores from the SAT have not come in yet. He said that he is only a few points away from qualifying. Gainous said that he needs an 820 on the SAT in order to academically qualify.

Gainous thought that the scores would have arrived by now, but because they have not, he has already scheduled another testing date. "I'll take it against at the end on January," said Gainous about the SAT.

Gainous said that the number one thing that Georgia Offensive Coordinator Neil Callaway talks with him about is "Getting my classes and qualifying."

Gainous said that he talks with Calloway once a week. "We just make sure that my classes are in line," added Gainous.

He said that ever since he was little that he has been a Georgia fan and that the choice to be a Bulldog was made even easier because "the coaching staff has been real nice to me. I like them a lot."

Gainous' athletic training consists of a lot of hard work, due at least in some part to the amount of weight that he lost the last two weeks of the football season.

"I still work out and run a lot. I lift about and hour fifteen minutes a day. I lost a lot weight. I was down to 245 and now I'm back up to about 260. I have been working hard and eating a lot of peanut jelly sandwiches," he said.


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