In Robert Nkemdiche Delays Announcement: What It Means For Georgia, Dawg Sports writer Jeremy Attaway takes a look at the timing of Nkemdiche’s decision and specifically, how it relates to Georgia’s chances with the top in-state product in more than a decade. Here’s a snippet:
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What does this mean for Georgia Bulldog partisans? A couple of things. For one, it means that we can get set to hear for another few months about how the top player in the country lives 45 minutes from Athens, yet Mark Richt and crew have been behind for his services from day one. That stinks. However, that’s about the only potential downside. On the upside this gives that same Bulldog coaching staff a chance to catch up. To remind Nkemdiche of how much easier it will be for his parents to get to Athens than to Baton Rouge or Tuscaloosa. For him to hear rumors of Nick Saban going back to the NFL. For Georgia’s defense to lead the squad to a banner season in 2012. Again, when you’re not in first place being told that the race just got a little longer can’t hurt.