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Feb 07 2013

10 CFB Programs That Are Much Better After Recruiting Day

Published by at 8:00 am under Editorial

Like most college football fanatics, we’re guessing you were glued to your TV or computer yesterday trying to keep up with everything going on during the national signing period for incoming freshman.

And since college football is like a damn religion that no one would ever convert from, we’re giving you the team’s that look a lot better today, than they may have just 48 hours ago.

It’d be easy for us to just list the top-10 recruiting classes, but that’d be a cop-out. We’re listing the ones that weren’t just reloading, but trying to carry momentum from last year into next season. So fans of these ten team’s can point to yesterday as the day the program changed for the better—at least on paper anyway.

10. Michigan

Following a season in which the Wolverines got embarrassed in their first game of the season to eventual national champion Alabama, then battling injuries and never really regaining the form from their Sugar Bowl victory in 2011, UMich needed to really rebound in the recruiting game to close the year on a high note.

Most Impactful: No. 1 overall-rated RB, Derrick Green





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