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National Signing Day is like Christmas for college football coaches — after literally years of waiting, they finally get to know which recruits are on board and are going to hopefully help them achieve great success. It’s also a crazy day — schools everywhere dust off their fax machines as they wait for letters of intent to roll in, making the news official.
This morning, Boise State head football coach Bryan Harsin and his staff were glued to that fax machine — when that first LOI came in, everyone had a great time celebrating:
The Broncos have received their first fax on #SigningDay. #AttackTheFuture pic.twitter.com/E57qVOzrUo
— Boise State Football (@BroncoSportsFB) February 5, 2014
The first Bronco Signee of the 2014 class is QB Alex Ogle from Jensen Beach! Love our QB leading the way! pic.twitter.com/BANUtbClZn
— Coach Bryan Harsin (@bryanharsin) February 5, 2014
That’s the spirit.
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