I thought I might provide a public service announcement for the many Auburn fans who, like good Baptists, disapprove of dancing.
You know the kind of dancing I’m talking about, don’t you?
It looks like all that excitement may be swaying a top recruit, A. J. Harmon of Jefferson County, who’s pondering a turn to the Dark Side in the wake of the celebratin’ going on last Saturday:
“My mind and heart is really centering on Georgia,” he said. “I’d say I’m 65 percent sure I’m going to Georgia. I’m going to go to Clemson this Saturday for the Boston College game. Clemson better pull out all the stops. Because all I saw on Saturday with that blackout may have changed my mind.”
“I was 90 percent sold on Clemson before Saturday,” he said. “You could say 100 percent Clemson. But I saw a lot of stuff in Athens I wanted to be a part of.”
“What I saw Saturday was me,” Harmon said. “Georgia played with emotion and let it all out. That’s me. That’s the player I am. A place that’s hype like that is a place for me to go play ball.”
Don’t hate him because he wants to bust a move or two.