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Daily Round Up: Shaka Smart Needs Some Love

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According to this article, Wickline likes to hustle for recruits. And the players love him!

Shaka Smart wants a special valentine from the college basketball nation.

Already thinking about your NCAA tournament brackets? I've got you covered.

The not-so-trivial pursuit of 17 and 18-year old kids

If a recruit thinks a coach doesn't know he is visiting another school, then he needs to think again.

Nick Saban is a real peach of a guy. A recruit decommits from Alabama after Saban wants him to grayshirt five days before NSD.

Here are the recruiting stylings of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh.

Read Option(al) or some other stuff.

In news that won't shock you, ESPN's Outside The Lines accuses Baylor of failing their Title IX obligations.

Recruits are stuck with their decision to play football for a school, but coaches come and go as they please.

Cam Newton thought it was a good idea to purchase these jeans.

The name Divine Deablo rolls off the tongue. Here is the 2016 College Football All-Name Recruit Team.

A former college running back sues DraftKings and FanDuel for using his name.

Amherst College is dropping their mascot, Lord Jeffery Amherst.

Hallelujah! ESPN's documentary on the OJ Simpson trial does not include the Kardashians.

This is getting sad. Fort Worth police sent a helicopter to search for Manziel.