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College leaders respond to coaches’ fury about recruiting changes with caution

It’s hard to miss the critics of college football’s new rule changes that have dramatically altered the recruiting calendar. College football coaches have been among the most vocal critics since may, voicing either displeasure or disdain for the new rules. Alabama’s Nick Saban blasted the new legislation,...
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