Thursday, February 2, 2012

Josh Harvey-Clemmons finally faxes his letter of intent to Georgia.

The Bulldog Nation's Long National Nightmare is over.  Josh Harvey-Clemons, the high school outside linebacker/bail bondsman has faxed his letter of intent to Georgia. This ends a long day and night of drama where Harvey-Clemons future in Athens was in doubt due to rumors that his grandfather and legal guardian was applying pressure on hum to sign with Florida. This would have been a major debacle, since Harvey-Clemons had verbally committed to Georgia on television.

Harvey-Clemons' signing should come as a relief to Georgia head football coach Mark Richt, who went to great lengths (i.e jail) to recruit the outside linebacker. Now if he can do something about the Bulldogs' other Long National Nightmares (the continued hire of offensive coach Mike Bobo and strength and conditioning coordinator Joe Tereshinski), all will be right in the Bulldog Nation. 

(via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, ESPN)

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