With the season barely a month over and spring practice just around the cover, the biggest day on the college football calendar is signing day.
The top prospects from around the country will confirm their college decisions while the programs will be looking to restock their cupboards with elite players.
If this year is like most, there should be plenty of drama with last-minute switches or signings that are delayed.
Stayed tuned on signing day with the latest news from across the country and signing lists from all the major conferences and selected other schools. (MORE>>>)
Dorial Green-Beckham, born in St. Louis and adopted by a family from Springfield, Mo., made the hometown fans happy by signing with the Tigers.
At 6-foot-6 and 220 pounds, the receiver already looks like an NFL prototype, comparable stars such as Calvin Johnson and Andre Johnson.
He whittled his choices down to Alabama, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri in January, and on Wednesday morning at Hillcrest High School he picked the Tigers.
"I felt like they've (Missouri) been there since day one," Green-Beckham said.
Missouri first offered him a scholarship at the age of 15. (MORE>>>)
Matt Kenseth had no idea attending a '70s-themed New Year's Eve party on Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s property would be so expensive.
Kenseth grew mutton chop sideburns and a fu manchu mustache as part of his outfit for the '70s bash, and it was greeted with much enthusiasm by host Earnhardt Jr. (who was dressed as Evel Knievel).
Earnhardt Jr. thought Kenseth's facial hair was far out and immediately began a campaign for Kenseth to keep it. He ultimately bet $2,500 that the Roush Fenway Racing driver couldn't keep his beard through this week's NASCAR test at Daytona International Speedway. (MORE>>>)
As expected, three key pieces to Alabama’s championship run are leaving for the NFL, Tidesports.com reported.
RB Trent Richardson, LB Dont’a Hightower and CB Dre Kirkpatrick are expected to announce today at a news conference that they will bypass their senior seasons at Alabama.
The Crimson Tide won its second BCS title in three years Monday, whipping LSU, 21-0, in New Orleans.
In his most recent mock draft, Sporting News draft expert Russ Lande projects Kirkpatrick to be the first Tide player off the board at No. 7 by Jacksonville. Lande projects Richardson will go 16th to the New York Jets. Lande does not have Hightower being selected in the first round, but does have Tide teammate, safety Mark Barron, being taken 17th by Cincinnati.
LSU defensive back Morris Claiborne appears to have played his final college game.
Claiborne, junior, will announce plans to enter the NFL draft, according to The Associated Press, which cited multiple people with knowledge of the situation.
Ranked No. 4 draft prospect by ESPN's Mel Kiper, Claiborne is expected to be one of the top picks this April after a season where had six interceptions and recorded 51 tackles. (MORE>>>)
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