December 12, 2007
Time for a new Ros in Athens
The last name Ros is still well known in Athens and throughout the Bulldog nation because Frank Ros was a key part of the 1980 National Championship defense. Georgia fans hope to have a Ros on the roster when they win their next Championship because that means it would be here soon. Bryce Ros, the son of Frank is a verbal commitment to UGA he had a great time on his official visit to Athens over the weekend.
"It started off with the GALA on Friday night and it was great as always," said Ros. "I have been to that about six times before, so I knew what it was going to be like."
"I think Coach 'T' (Tereshinski) does a great job with the GALA and it is a lot of fun. The food is good, the players get recognized and it is great for seniors after four or five hard years. I love how they honor the seniors and make it a special night for them."
"I was able to sit with Tavarres King, Christian Robinson and Toby Jackson (all Georgia commitments) during the event and we had a great time. It always goes a little long, but it is a lot of fun and great for the players."
Ros, a 6-foot-4, 240-pound tight end/defensive end out of Kennesaw (Ga.) has been to Athens so many times in his life that it is basically his second home. He knows all about UGA, their tradition, what they offer academically and what he is getting into, so the official visit for him was just a chance to learn more about his future head coach.
"Coach Richt is great and he has an unbelievable house," said a laughing Ros. "I have been to a lot of big houses before, but I think Coach Richt's is the best."
"The thing that really makes his house stand out is how modest he and his family is about it. It is nice inside and all that, but you see him and his family giving God the glory all over it. They know they are blessed and it is great to see that."
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