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Most elite recruits likely to sign during early period this week

Something has weighed on Kirby Smart's mind the last few weeks, troubling him as he prepares to face Texas in the Sugar Bowl.

"It's very complicated," he said. "And it causes for a lot of sleepless situations."

The coach isn't talking about planning strategy for the Longhorns.

Like a lot of marquee programs around the nation, Georgia has faced a juggling act this month, dealing with the postseason and the arrival Wednesday of the early signing period.

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