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Topic: Think about how much of a stud Nkemdiche is when the
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Think about how much of a stud Nkemdiche is when the

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Posted: Jun 15, 2012 7:55 AM
 

best excuse SEC schools can come up with is that having him go to Clemson means they don't have to play him every year. Well all except the Gamecocks.

Some of the Gamecocks claimed to not want the best player out of Georgia since Herschel Walker. I'm assuming that's because excuse #1 doesn't work for them.

However, I will say this SC's chances of winning the SEC ARE better with him at Clenson. Even more than if he would have committed to them. I'd take it from 0.000% to 0.001%.

Glad to have him on board.

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Re: Think about how much of a stud Nkemdiche is when the

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Posted: Jun 15, 2012 8:52 AM
 

its funny how the excuses start to roll out. Its like they had them on stand-by just in case he went to another school. But can you imagine? Nkemdiche commits to another school and Clemson folks are talking the same non-sense? We don't need him or he's in the SEC so at least we dont have to play him...NO! I'd be belly-achin hoping that we might be able to flip his commitment. #berealfolks


Re: Think about how much of a stud Nkemdiche is when the

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Posted: Jun 15, 2012 9:34 AM
 

Wooooo I'm glad I got my head turned quick enough. Or I would be cleaning pepsi of my laptop agian just this week. But I sprayed it on my NEW recliner. Thank god its at least leather.

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Um, you forgot that SC is destined to win the SEC bc...

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Posted: Jun 15, 2012 8:59 AM
 

they have Spurrier, Clowney, and Lattimore.....all other SEC teams are expected to be intimidated and forfeit their games


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