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    • Muschamp sent two-word text to players after Clemson's title
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      Muschamp sent two-word text to players after Clemson's title

      Clemson's national championship seems to sparked a fire in Columbia, at least inside the football offices of South Carolina coach Will Muschamp. Muschamp sent a mass two-word text message to Gamecock players after Deshaun Watson's game-winning touchdown according to Summerville High School head coach Joe Call, who confirmed to The Post and Courier he heard about the note from former players and current Gamecocks Zack Bailey and Chandler Farrell. "Game on." : Steve Spurrier Jr. sheds light on HBC's exit at South Carolina The Tigers' first national title in 35 years capped Clemson's redemption year and was the storybook ending Dabo Swinney envisioned when his interim tag was removed as head coach

    • Signing Day 2017's 7 most important teams: Is Bama's streak safe?
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      Signing Day 2017's 7 most important teams: Is Bama's streak safe?

      With the football season in the books, it is time to turn our attention to recruiting. National Signing Day is Wednesday, Feb. 1. Here is a look at the top classes in the nation, and what might happen going forward. Alabama will probably sign the No. 1 class for the seventh consecutive year, and maybe its best ever. Alabama’s class has 25 current commitments, including four five-stars and 17 four-stars; a ridiculous 84 percent of the class is comprised of blue-chip prospects. Najee Harris, of California, is the nation’s No. 1 running back. Dylan Moses, of Baton Rouge, is the No. 1 linebacker. The Tide also added the No. 1 JUCO offensive lineman in Elliot Baker, and the No. 1 JUCO defensive lineman

    • The Cheat Sheet

      The Stories Behind the 6 Weirdest NCAA Mascots

      Here we explain the six weirdest NCAA mascots. 1. In the wide world of fictitious creatures -turned – mascots, the Hokie Bird appears to be the least likely because it sounds like it could be a real animal. In fact there is no such thing, and the long road that Virginia Tech‘s mascot took to become the Hokie Bird is quite developed and is also disputed at certain points in time.