Georgia high school defensive end Robert Nkemdiche was on the field at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium celebrating with his brother, Ole Miss LB Denzel Nkemdiche Saturday after they defeated Mississippi State, 41–24. If the elder Nkemdiche is to be believed, his younger brother will be joining him on the sidelines in Oxford next season....
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“Robert told me personally, I don’t know if I’m supposed to say it, but he told me he’s committing in two weeks,” Denzel told reporters following Saturday’s game. “That’s just the honest truth. That’s what he told me and he wouldn’t lie to his brother.”


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I guess he doesn't want to play for a ring. I've seen him play for the past 4 years in GA high school games and he's not all that. If he was that good, Les and Nick would have fought harder for him.
Reply60 months
I guess after he got skunked in he playoffs Friday night he needed to grab some more attention...
Reply60 months
He sucks ass, and so does his brother.
Reply60 months
The Weed Whacker Bowl needs heroes, too.
Reply60 months
Good for them, they need some defensive talent.
Reply60 months
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