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Indiana takes center stage in these week’s Big Ten storylines, but that doesn’t mean other schools aren’t getting involved.

Here’s a look at the week that was and what’s ahead:
A change at the top in Troy, the Ducks making a recruiting push and a hot new look in the desert are just a few of the top storylines in the Pac-12 this week.


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Is this the week for Oklahoma? The numbers will be there for the Sooners to have a huge recruiting weekend as Oklahoma hosts several big targets for its game against TCU. And speaking of TCU, will one of its top commits switch positions in college?

Here are some of the Big 12 recruiting storylines for the week:


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ACC recruiting storylines: Oct. 3 

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Maryland visits Georgia hoping to steal a prospect, while North Carolina tries to convince a junior defensive lineman he can help immediately, and Florida State will host an official visitor this weekend.

All this and more inside this week's ACC recruiting storylines.

Terps land Georgia athlete

On Tuesday, Maryland added to its 2014 class with the addition of Jordan Noil (Norcross, Ga./Norcross). A two-way player at wide receiver or defensive back, Noil has good size at 6-foot-3 and 215 pounds.


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SEC recruiting storylines: Oct. 3 

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As always, there is a lot of recruiting news around the SEC this week. LSU landed a big commitment, and an SEC East school preps for a big visitor weekend. Here are the latest storylines around the SEC.

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Tom Hauck for Student SportsLSU continues to strengthen its class with a verbal commitment from Davon Godchaux.
LSU gets ESPN 300 commitment

ESPN 300 defensive end Davon Godchaux (Plaquemine, La./Plaquemine) verbally committed to LSU on Monday night. The 6-foot-4, 271-pound athlete also had offers from Florida, Alabama, Florida State, Georgia and many others. The Tigers now have 15 commitments, including 10 in the ESPN 300. They also moved in to the team recruiting rankings' top 10. With some elite targets still on its recruiting board, LSU could challenge Alabama for the No. 1 spot come signing day.


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