Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll love… Learn about Reading Desk

Trend Results : National Signing Day


Blog Post Results (1-20 of 2827)

FILTER RESULTS

5 Most Important Flips of the 2015 College Football Recruiting Season

Perspective is an important part of the recruiting process, which take teams through peaks and valleys all the way through national signing day on an annual basis. When an athlete verbally commits to a college program, whether he's a...Show More Summary

6 Teams Struggling on the 2015 College Football Recruiting Trail

Recruiting is the lifeblood of every college football program, and success on the recruiting trail can often be an indicator of whether a team is heading in the right direction. With national signing day a little more than six months...Show More Summary

Inside the World of Twitter Hashtags on the College Football Recruiting Trail

For college football coaches, the celebration of winning the grueling wars on the recruiting trail is normally reserved for national signing day. That’s mainly because NCAA rules prohibit coaches from discussing potential recruits by...Show More Summary

The Future of Dollarization in Ecuador

Gabriela Calderon de Burgos A new “monetary and finance” law that was approved by Ecuador’s National Assembly in July, is expected to be signed into law any day now. Many suspect that this marks the beginning of the end for dollarization in Ecuador, which began in January of 2000. Show More Summary

Obama to pay penance for veterans failures at American Legion convention

President Obama will address thousands of veterans at the American Legion National Convention on Tuesday, 19 days after signing a $16 billion reform bill to repair the broken veterans health system.

The recruiting decisions that will alter the landscape of college basketball

These dominoes will decide where the best college basketball recruits decide to go to school. With National Signing Day less than three months away, 26 of ESPN's top 60 prospects in the class of 2015 have already verbally committed to a college. Consensus No. Show More Summary

Nixon Calls In The National Guard

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has signed an order for the National Guard to come to Ferguson. “Tonight, a day of hope, prayers, and peaceful protests was marred by the violent criminal acts of an organized and growing number of individuals, many from outside the community and state, whose actions are putting the residents and businesses [...]

Pentagon Approves Bibles at Recruiting Stations. Time for Atheists, Satanists, and Pagans to Donate Literature!

The other day, I posted about a strange giveaway at the U.S. General Services Administration in St. Louis, Missouri. If you went there to sign up to join the National Guard, you would also get a camouflage-covered copy of the New Testament (provided by Gideons International). Show More Summary

College Football Recruiting Rankings 2015: Top 200 After The Opening

The 2015 recruiting class is comprised of star performers from every part of the country, creating a compelling mix of future college football standouts. Just six months separate us from national signing day, and members of the group...Show More Summary

Today in history: America enters the space age

On This Day, 1958: Vowing that the United States would lead the space age, President Dwight Eisenhower signed an act creating the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, more commonly known as NASA. NASA was formed nine months after the Soviet Union beat the U.S. Show More Summary

More From SDCC!

Day one at Comic-Con was extremely frenzied with The Tenacious D signing at the NCS booth as well as the general craziness. Here are some photos: The National Cartoonists Society booth #1307 A look at the convention floor from the booth Greg Evans (Luann) and Rick Detorie (One Big Happy) Me doing a drawing for […]

5 Committed 2015 Recruits Most Likely to Decommit Before Signing Day

National signing day is always full of surprises, and among them are decommitments. The 2015 class is full of committed recruits who appear locked into their pledges, but several could opt to decommit before signing day arrives. A 4-star...Show More Summary

From Miami to Minnesota, protests call attention to immigration crisis

ACROS THE COUNTRY: Demonstrators for the National Day of Protesting Against Immigration Reform Amnesty and Border Surge, showcase American Flags and signs Saturday on the Main Street bridge at Interstate 15 in Hesperia, Calif. By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org Along East Seventh Street in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood of St. Paul, Minn., more signs are...

The Opening Providing Proof Texas and Oklahoma Are in a Recruiting Slump

The traditional top teams of the Big 12 should be worried. Recruiting may still be won and lost on national signing day, but it's a 24/7/365 event. Right now, Oklahoma and Texas are falling behind. The Opening, Nike's annual showcase of the nation's top high school talent in Beaverton, Oregon, is in full swing this week. Show More Summary

This Day in Labor History: July 5, 1935

On July 5, 1935, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the National Labor Relations Act. This groundbreaking piece of legislation revolutionized the relationship between the federal government and organized labor and gave workers a fair shake from the government for the first time in American history. When Franklin Roosevelt took over the presidency in 1933, the […]

Honoring the Civil Rights Act, 50 Years Later

Fifty years ago today, President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into law. On that great day in 1964, surrounded by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and other national leaders, President Johnson outlawed discrimination based on race. While...Show More Summary

The Promise of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

I can vividly remember the moment, 50 years ago today, when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law. His speech that day was a call to action at a time when our nation was deeply divided -- and his words...Show More Summary

Man United, City, Arsenal & Chelsea are all tracking Angel Di Maria, PSG in pole position [Marca]

The day after he was the national hero for Argentina at the World Cup, Spanish daily Marca claim a long list of clubs are desperately trying to sign Real Madrid’s Angel Di Maria. The headline in Marca is that Di Maria has offers on the table from France, England and Italy. On the interest from the [...]

150 years ago, Abraham Lincoln signed the Yosemite Grant Act

A view of the Domes in Yosemite National Park, photographed around 1865. Photo by Carleton E. Watkins June 30 is an important date when it comes to land conservation in America. On that day in 1864, President Abraham Lincoln signed a bill establishing Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Grove as protected wilderness areas. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC