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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Articles tagged: Recruiting

Two sixth graders already drawing eyes of football recruiters

  They’re only in sixth grade, but it’s never too early to start lining up potential landing spots to play college football, especially when you’re 5-foot-11 and 170 pounds. Running back Tyson Thornton of Springfield, Massachusetts is already showing skills well beyond his years, while fellow New Englander Daron Bryden will need to bulk up…Read More

Rivals, Scout, More Power than Coaches?

The Wiz has an interesting piece on a story not many people are giving much mind (with the exception of everyone in the SEC). Not long ago the NCAA introduced what is known as The Saban Rule. The rule limits coaches from making off-campus visits between April 15 and May 31st. Saban is understandably pissed…Read More

Great Story: Terry Bowden and Bobby Bowden Fought Over Recruits

I’m a big sucker for great anecdotes, and this would not be an exception. Joining Roc and Manuch on Sporting News Radio Sunday was former Auburn head coach and current college football analyst, Terry Bowden. Terry was breaking down the recruiting scene in light of the recent national signing day. He was asked to share…Read More

Texas and Florida Now Testing High Schoolers for Steroids

Unless you hail from this area, you probably wouldn’t think steroids usage in high school athletics existed. What would athletes between the ages of 15-18 possibly need to stick needles in their butts for, right? Especially if you consider they’re not on the big stage of college, much less professional athletics. Well, turns out there…Read More

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