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UGA signing day a wild one

Updated: February 1, 2012, 8:28 PM ET
By David Ching | DawgNation
Josh Harvey-ClemonsESPNUThe nation's top OLB, Josh Harvey-Clemons announced just after 9 a.m. that he was choosing the Dawgs. By 7 p.m., Georgia still had not received his letter of intent.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia once again was at the center of the national signing day hullabaloo this year, but not for the overwhelming positivity that accompanied last year's "Dream Team" officially becoming Bulldogs.

Wednesday's signing day proceedings that started with heralded outside linebacker prospect Josh Harvey-Clemons (Valdosta, Ga./Lowndes) announcing live on ESPNU that he would sign with the Bulldogs turned into a daylong soap opera as Mark Richt and his coaching staff waited for Harvey-Clemons to submit his completed letter of intent.

"I am 100 percent Georgia," Harvey-Clemons told DawgNation late in the afternoon, dispelling rumors that he was reconsidering his choice. "I just have to finish my paperwork and send it in. It might be tonight or tomorrow."

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