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Only Sterling Jenkins Until Penn State Football

We are just 76 days away from the start of the 2018 Penn State football season, which means it's Sterling Jenkins day. The big offensive tackle from Baldwin, Pa. was a highly touted part of James Franklin's first full recruiting class in 2015, committing on the same day as current Notre Dame

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Top quarterbacks Miami will play in 2018

Schools all over the country are trying to figure out who their starting quarterback will be. Injuries, graduation, transfers, suspensions and good old-fashioned competition all play significant roles as to why there are so many unanswered questions about arguably footballs most important position. We

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UConn Football Lands Two 2019 Commits

UConn football's class of 2019 keeps growing as head coach Randy Edsall added a pair of new commitments this weekend with a pair of receivers. Winston Jules of the Salisbury School was the first commit of the weekend, announcing via Twitter that he was joining the Huskies six days after he received

Read more: https://www.theuconnblog.com/2018/6/17/17472716/uconn-football-lands-two-2019-commits-winston-jules-jayce-medlock?src=rss

Baylor Football Recruiting Update — The Bears Pick Up 2 Commits on Fathers Day

Exactly one year and two days ago (or about the last time I actually posted some #content on this here blog), Baylor landed the first commit of its 2019 class, Jaylen Ellis from Cedar Ridge HS in Round Rock, Texas. With two more commits today (according to SicEm365.com), that number has grown to 9 in

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K-State adds to 2018 recruiting class lands junior college linebacker Cody Fletcher

The Kansas State football team has landed a junior-college linebacker that could help the Wildcats next season. Cody Fletcher, a 6-foot-1, 220-pound defender from Tyler Junior College in Texas, committed to K-State following a recruiting visit this weekend. A sophomore who led his team with 104 tackles

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