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Some college leaders expect rule changes to take glitz out of National Signing Day

Santa Claus won’t be the only one delivering comfort and joy this holiday season. Thanks to a new college football early signing period, college football fans, administrators and coaches will likely haul in numerous elite prospects far ahead of schedule. Recruits will get a chance to send in their...
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