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The Urban Bubble in Commercial Real Estate

According to national headlines, commercial real estate (CRE) is thriving—with observers pointing to high prices and increased foreign investment as signs of recovery. A closer look at the industry, however, reveals a more complicated...

College Football Teams Who Are in Need of Strong Junior Day for Recruiting

The excitement of national signing day for the 2016 class is starting to lose its steam But recruiting never stops. Coaches will be the first to admit that. Now is the time for teams to introduce the new targets of the new recruiting cycle to their programs. Show More Summary

In college football, when you win matters for recruiting

Welcome to The Crootletter (sign up to get this in your inbox every morning!). I'm Bud Elliott, SB Nation's National Recruiting Analyst, and in this space I'll be sharing news, rumors and musings on the world of college football recruiting. Show More Summary

Who Will Be No. 1 Weapon of Each Top 25 College Football Team in 2016?

At this time each year—after the drama of national signing day and before the first snaps of spring practices—the buzz around college football becomes fixated on early preseason projections. A large part of predicting who will be the contenders for conference and national titles falls on returning experience. Show More Summary

Obamaloans Are Back

As I warned back in 2014, the President’s budget contains a clear sign that he would like to nationalize the small dollar lending market. It contains $10 million for a small dollar lending program to be administered by so-called Community Development Financial Institutions. Show More Summary

Cambodia's New Anti-Illegal Logging Campaign: Crackdown or Shakedown?

Cambodian press and some environmental groups have largely viewed the national government's creation of a committee to curb an illegal wood trade as a sign of real progress. But upon closer inspection, the federal crackdown may be more of a shakedown. Show More Summary

Derrick Henry, Dalvin Cook and other recent recruiting misses that hurt college football teams

Did your team miss on a top prospect? You might be thinking about him for a while. On National Signing Day in 2015, four-star Maryland offensive tackle Isaiah Prince – the highest-rated player in the state – committed to Ohio State over his hometown Terps. Show More Summary

Meet the 10 Teams That Have a Chance to Win the College Football Playoff

National signing day is behind us. College football’s 2015-16 coaching carousel has rolled to a close. Spring practice is still ahead. It’s never too early to think about what lies ahead. Specifically, the national title picture. 2015 showed that unexpected teams can make a real run at the College Football Playoff. Show More Summary

The Growing Feud Between Jim Harbaugh and the SEC Is Great for College Football

Aside from the typical drama that often accompanies national signing day, it's been a relatively quiet month for college football since the 2015 season officially came to an end. Unlike a year ago, there haven't been any surprise returnees...Show More Summary

After a year off, there are elite running back recruits again

Welcome to The Crootletter (sign up to get this in your inbox every morning!). I'm Bud Elliott, SB Nation's National Recruiting Analyst, and in this space I'll be sharing news, rumors and musings on the world of college football recruiting. Show More Summary

Most Indispensable Assistant Coaches in College Football for 2016

Have you ever noticed that, after national signing day, a quick surge of assistant coaching hirings are made? Head coaches get all the credit (and blame), but a great staff of assistant coaches goes a long way as well. And it can beShow More Summary

The SEC is trying to block Michigan’s planned spring break practices in Florida

The conference says it's concerned about athletes' time demands. Jim Harbaugh announced on National Signing Day that Michigan is planning to host part of its spring practice in Florida at high school powerhouse IMG Academy. That is unorthodox,...Show More Summary

SEC Football Q&A: Early Picks for the 2016 SEC Championship Game

National signing day just wrapped up, and spring practice is just around the corner. What better way to hold you over until toe meets leather in March than your weekly serving of SEC Q&A, right? This week, we take a stab at a post-signing...Show More Summary

Ranking the Power 5 conferences by blue-chip football recruiting

Welcome to The Crootletter (sign up to get this in your inbox every morning!). I'm Bud Elliott, SB Nation's National Recruiting Analyst, and in this space I'll be sharing news, rumors and musings on the world of college football recruiting. Show More Summary

5 teams off to a fast recruiting start in the class of 2017

Which teams can keep the momentum going? With National Signing Day just starting to shrink in the rearview mirror, this may not feel like the most natural time to think about the 2017 recruiting class. But rest assured, the coaches of...Show More Summary

Obama Establishes Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity

US President Barack Obama has signed an executive order establishing a 12-member cybersecurity commission that will protect the US national and economic security, the White House said on Tuesday.

Daesh Threatens French Far-Right Front National as Next Terror Target

The terrorist group Daesh, also known as ISIL, has threatened to target the French right-wing political Front National political group, led by French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen in a further sign of the group's intention to bring terrorism to the European mainland.

SEC Football: Early Odds for Each Team to Make the 2016-17 Playoff

We just wrapped up national signing day, but it's never too early to start looking ahead to the 2016-2017 College Football Playoff, right? According to Bovada (via Odds Shark), seven SEC squads—Alabama (7-1), LSU and Tennessee (14-1),...Show More Summary

Big Ten Football: Early Odds for Each Team to Make the 2016-17 Playoff

The 2015 college football season is in the books and national signing day has came and went, meaning it's officially time to start looking ahead toward the 2016 season. For the Big Ten, it should be unlike any other in recent memory,...Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Craig Stammen signs a minor league deal with the Indians

Another former National has found a home elsewhere. Craig Stammen, who had been with the Nationals organization since 2005, has inked a minor league deal with a big league spring training invite with the Indians. Stammen had received...Show More Summary

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