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Click on photo to follow the latest with National Signing Day I created this post in the A.M. and all I saw was SEC, SEC, SEC… Well, that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to anyone the SEC is the premier football conference. Notre Dame has a pretty good recruiting class too. We shall see.. The Press Baby Trick Shots for the Win [WithLeather] Fan Makes Ridiculously Badass Trailer for Star Wars Episode VII [RegretfulMorning] The 8 Toughest Divisions in Sports [Uncoached] Steelers Fan Shows Up at Ravens Super Bowl Parade Gets Heckled [BigLeadSports] Joe Montana chimes in on the Randy Moss vs. Jerry Rice Debate [LarryBrownSports] 5 Victoria Secret’s Models in Red Lingerie for the Win [Guyism] Tooshie Tuesday for the Win! [Funtasticus] Jessica Harbour deserves your full attention [CavemanCircus]
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