Nico Johnson, Scout.com five-star middle linebacker from Andalusia, (Ala.), took a trip to…
Nico Johnson talks Tide victory
"I watched the game on TV," Johnson said from his home in Andalusia.
"Alabama played a great first half, but the second half they came out cold. They had a big enough lead to finish things off. Georgia didn't show up until the second half, which helped out."
"I thought the defense played all right, but I thought they took some plays off in the second half. Overall I think the team played great. They played a real good game."
When asked about unofficial or official visits in his future, Johnson had this to say, "I don't have any official visits lined up. I am going to go to the Alabama/Auburn game, but that is probably it for now."
Johnson is also uncertain if he will visit any other schools, "I don't know right now," he said.
Johnson also had a message for the Alabama fans.
"Roll Tide," he said. "I can't wait to get it rolling next year."
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