Fact or Fiction
The SEC's new head coaches will have to hit the recruiting trail running
Thanks to recruiting, terms like "decommitment," "soft commitment" and "silent commitment" are now part of every college football fan's vocabulary. At the root of each of these terms is the recruiting rumor mill. You can't go a day without a rumor erupting about what this five-star recruit is going to do, or if this blue-chipper is secretly committed to a school.
That's where RecruitingNation's myth buster, Jeremy Crabtree, comes in.
See which rumors are Fact ... or Fiction.
Eric in "On The Plains" via email: The hiring of Gus Malzahn was a better hire than Bret Bielema from a recruiting standpoint?
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