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No. 1 recruit drops Clemson

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03:09 PM ET 11.08 | According to his high school coach, national No. 1 prospect Robert Nkemdiche is no longer committed to Clemson. This follows months of rumors of him being tied to Ole Miss due to his brother's star turn for the Rebels, his mother preferring Ole Miss and Alabama, and anything else you can dream up. What's next for Nkemdiche?

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November 8, 2012  03:17 PM ET

What's next for Nkemdiche?

A couple more games, then Thanksgiving holiday.

November 8, 2012  03:26 PM ET

Every single bag man within hundreds of miles is checking with their financial sources for direction as we speak.

November 8, 2012  03:36 PM ET
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And of course..Gump lock

I knew you'd say that!!

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November 8, 2012  03:42 PM ET
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Ole Mess is about to step up..and bring the Grove Girls with them...

That would get me to sign....promise you that.

November 8, 2012  03:47 PM ET

OSU, Miami, So Cal, back to Clemson with Alabama still a strong possibility.

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November 8, 2012  04:31 PM ET

With Ole Miss in a rebuilding stage with new coach Hugh Freeze, it is a no-brainer for the younger brother to follow him instead of Bama, because he is probably a lock next year to either start or get plenty of playing time in Oxford.

November 8, 2012  04:45 PM ET
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Neaux U did int

Eauxxxx yes I did!!!

November 8, 2012  06:37 PM ET

Ole Miss huh? Is he aware of the race-based rally that ensued after the election? 400 or so gathered together spewing racial epithets like its 1958. Doesn't sound ideal to me

November 8, 2012  07:23 PM ET
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Ole Miss huh? Is he aware of the race-based rally that ensued after the election? 400 or so gathered together spewing racial epithets like its 1958. Doesn't sound ideal to me

Didn't hear about this but coming on the heels of the 30 for 30 documentary it is frightening.

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November 9, 2012  08:10 AM ET

Orgeron will whisper in his ear, and he'll wind up at USCw.

November 9, 2012  09:44 AM ET

'Bama lock!

 
November 9, 2012  03:47 PM ET
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Didn't hear about this but coming on the heels of the 30 for 30 documentary it is frightening.

Exactly, yea I heard about it on CNN and even Sportscenter discussed it on First Take. Sad to think about how far this country has came but some will forever be entrenched in the evil of our nations history.

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