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Jojuan Collins Carries the Football Hopes of L.A.’s Public Schools
The 16-year-old running back went against the grain and chose his hometown school over the wealthy private schools that have been poaching the city's best talent for years.
NCAA Clears Mo Bamba of Receiving Impermissible Benefits, Remains Eligible
On Facebook, Bamba's brother tried to torpedo his eligibility at Texas by outlining Bamba's relationship with a financial adviser. But the NCAA investigated and found no wrong doing.
Thad Matta Out At Ohio State, Will Help Hire His Successor
Matta made two Final Fours in his 13 years in Columbus, but his health problems and the team's recent struggles added up.
College Football's New Early Signing Day Is Already Broken
Here's how to fix it.
High School Football Recruit Creates CGI-Laden Superhero Movie to Announce He's Going to Duke
This is probably the most elaborate college football commitment video you've ever seen.
Throwback Thursday: DaVonte' Neal's Signing Day Fiasco, And The Problem With NLIs
One of the most bizarre recruiting stories in college football history is a cautionary tale, and not for the reasons people think.
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Recruit Pump-Fakes Miss. St. and Tosses Hat Before Committing to Ole Miss
Tae-Kion Reed looked like he was going to sign with Mississippi State, but threw their hat at the last second and chose Ole Miss instead.
A UConn Recruit Got His Scholarship Pulled, And That's More Common Than You Think
The slightly more hidden world of schools dropping high school recruits
Michigan State Has Fallen Hard and Fast and it Could Get Worse
Much of what the Spartans were doing was unsustainable, and it could be unraveling now.
Donyell Marshall Is Ready to Be a Head Coach, and Willing to Pay His Dues
After a long and lucrative NBA career, Donyell Marshall doesn't need to try to turn around a moribund low-major program. He's at Central Connecticut State anyway.
Like Father, Like Son? How Ron Artest III Finally Came Around to Basketball
Metta World Peace says he "tried to be a hands-off basketball dad," but he admits it's fun to see his son, a two-star recruit at Beverly Hills High, seriously play basketball after years of having not interest at all.
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NCAA Coaches Are Paying Recruits With Retweets Because They Can't Use Cash
A new NCAA rule change allows coaches to retweet recruits. If your timeline is flooded, blame college sports amateurism.