National Signing Day
Thank goodness national signing day is over, now we just have to wait 2-4 years to see if these guys can actually play college football. Plus, D-Wade makes one heckuva quarterback and the Panthers are back on the ice.
The University of Miami has put together a small recruiting class of 14 players as of 3 p.m. Wednesday, but it’s quite a different haul than what the Canes pulled off last year on National Signing Day.
After the firing of head coach Mario Cristobal and hiring of former Illinois head coach Ron Turner, FIU seemed to be heading towards rock bottom. Wednesday, the school continued that slide.
National Signing Day in high school football is always filled with plenty of drama, but the events at South Plantation High School in Fort Lauderdale may be the biggest soap opera in the country.
While the University of Miami is struggling on National Signing Day, the Florida Gators have their entire class of 27 recruits signed, sealed, and delivered as of 3 p.m. Wednesday.
Florida State Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher may be the team’s offensive coordinator, but he’s second to none when it comes to bringing in defensive talent each year and 2013 is no different.
It’s a busy day in local sports as Wednesday is National Signing Day across the country. Plus, the Heat are back on the court tonight versus the Houston Rockets and the Panthers fell in overtime last night, but at least got a point.
Honestly, my brain is fried after two straight days featuring a primary on Tuesday and National Signing Day on Wednesday. But, Heat fans fear the deer and the Panthers, they’re all alone in first place! And my Super Bowl predicition!!!
National Signing Day dawned Wednesday with schools across the Sunshine State hoping to land the key prospect that could spark a championship run for a program.
he Miami Hurricanes have come quite a way since the beginning of last season. The Hurricanes were teetering on completely coming apart under the pressure of the Nevin Shapiro scandal, but as National Signing Day wound down; the U is poised to sign one of the best recruiting classes in the nation.