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Grayson (Ga.) senior defensive end Robert Nkemdiche, the nation's No. 1 football recruit and the brother of Ole Miss redshirt freshman linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche, has decomitted from Clemson. 


Neal McCready of RebelGrove/Rivals.com first reported the news Wednesday night and it was confirmed by Will Hammock of the Gwinnett Daily Post Thursday morning.

Interview with the nation's No. 1 recruit Robert Nkemdiche after Grayson's 48-0 win against Archer on Thursday night. Nkemdiche talks about his commitment status to Clemson, the Ole Miss-Georgia game on Saturday and his brother Denzel's season at Ole Miss, among other topics.

Republican U.S. Rep. Alan Nunnelee and Democratic challenger Brad Morris square off in the only debate for Mississippi's 1st Congressional District seat

The Ole Miss Rebels traveled to Little Rock, Arkansas to play the Arkansas Razorbacks

Images from the Meredith and Me Walk and the Harry Belafonte Keynote speech from Monday, Oct. 1, 2012. The events were part of the 50 Years of Integration celebration. Belafonte is a musician, actor and civil rights activist. Photos by Austin McAfee, Quentin Winstine and Phillip Waller.

Photos from the prayer service of the 50 Years of Integration: Opening the Closed Society. Photos by Thomas Graning, Tanner Marquis, Vince Davis, Steff Thomas and Alex Edwards.

Photos from the Ole Miss vs. Alabama football game. Alabama won 33 to 14. Photos by Thomas Graning.


The bids have been handed out, and now the new members run to their houses. Photos by Austin McAfee/The Daily Mississippian.

Staff photographer Thomas Graning spent some time this weekend taking pictures of the packed Grove, the Walk of Champions, the Double Decker bus, and he took pictures at the game as well. Photos by Thomas Graning/The Daily Mississippian.