1. Nkemdiche never seriously considered USCe. Everyone who followed his recruiting knows that. It was Bama, UGA, OM, and LSU (and I guess Clemson, but we all knew he wasn't going to end up there) for most of his time since junior year. So let's not act like Spurrier knows something everyone else doesn't know. Can't blame him for "backing off" as you say, cause he would just be wasting time really.
2. The Doctor just reminded you in his last post that plenty of people (players and coaches) have gone on record and said he's the hardest (or one of the hardest, to be reasonable) working guys on the field every time he puts on the pads.
3. I "guess" I can see where you're coming from about his ego, attitude, or whatever you're trying to get at, cause of his recruiting being so hyped, committing and decomitting from Clemson..... That's about it though. His recruitment has been so hyped up with family involved, talking to his recruit friends trying to swing them one way or the other, being the #1 recruit in the country, etc. But that doesn't mean the kid has an attitude problem. I have met the kid personally twice. He was on a visit to Ole Miss, he was being treated like a king from the fans around him as expected, but he even seemed like a nice guy when he just shook my hand and said "Nice to meet you man, I'm Robert, glad to be here, I'm enjoying it in Oxford"
So basically it's ill advised to say he has an attitude or ego "problem". That's just not true/not any overwhelming evidence to come to that conclusion. To say (at this point in time) he will crash and wreck our team and be a problem, is laughable. The guy hasn't even stepped on campus yet, so I can't say for a fact he'll be a humble superstar.. But since we're just speculating right now, it's unreasonable to claim this kid is a problem or a cancer. See what I mean? We'll just have to wait and see
And I'm not calling you butthurt or anything. Your logic is just a little skewed
hmm, so let me get this straight, you met him once, and that gives you more insight than recruiting experts who know the man, and his attitude, on a more personal basis? maybe you should start working for rivals.com since you are apparently an expert.
those on rivals.com, and seeing as how you said "The best coach in college football seems to have a great interest in him", im at a loss considering that spurrier is the best coach in college football! saban is good, but i could go to schools like lsu and alabama and produce a winning team, whereas spurrier has done it at duke and now carolina, plus he has a much better shot at breaking the mighty bear's record than saban!