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2014 Scout Big 10 Football Preview
A snapshot preview of the Big 12, where the conference just got very interesting...
Johnson: 'I Was Ready
Jamile Johnson informed the UNC coaching staff on Wednesday morning that he had decided to commit to the Tar Heels. After making that call, the 6-foot-1, 201-pound safety from Dallas (Texas) South Oak Cliff spoke to InsideCarolina.com ...
Texas offensive tackle decides on Fresno St.
Cypress (TX) Cypress Ranch offensive tackle Zachary Kinninger decided to pull the trigger and commit to Fresno State. Find out what made the out-of-state lineman decide the Bulldogs were the team for him:
Fyfe driven by scholarship desire
To the surprise of many, but certainly not Fyfe, the redshirt sophomore has passed heralded 2013 recruit Johnny Stanton on his way to the No. 2 quarterback's job behind Tommy Armstrong Jr.
Morrow has two visits set
Two visits have been set up for three-star power forward Ed Morrow.
Hall Makes The Call For Pitt
Pittsburgh picked up a commitment from four-star runningback Darrin Hall Tuesday afternoon. The Austintown Fitch product made his announcement at a local retaurant. Here is video of Hall explaining why he chose the Panther program.
Johnson Commits
Despite not yet having visited the UNC campus, Jamile Johnson committed to the Tar Heels late Tuesday evening, Johnson confirmed to InsideCarolina.com.
Santos Snags Coveted SEC Offer
Julian Santos, a powerful offensive lineman out of Tarpon Springs (Fla.) East Lake High School, is coveted by a hefty list of collegiate programs, but a trio of those schools are currently ahead of the pack.
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