ESPN announces 11 hour signing day coverage

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If you’re a lover of college football, or simply a sports or football fan looking for a fix after the Super Bowl then look no further and start getting your chips and dip ready.

ESPN have announced that it's channel ESPNU will air 11 hours of signing day coverage on February 5th including 13 live commitment announcements from recruits. The network will also have a dozen reporters at the following schools:

Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, LSU, Miami, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Tennessee, Texas and Texas A&M. 

A 12th school is yet to be decided upon by the network. Every major conference except the Pac-12 will be represented by a specific reporter.

Only Texas (No. 13) and Penn State (No. 23) currently rank outside ESPN’s top 12 recruiting classes. The Longhorn Network likely locked in ESPN to head to Austin, while Pedro Gomez going to Penn State is a good indicator that they expect a lot to happen with new coach James Franklin getting more guys to sign on. 

There's still a bunch of five star prospects yet to commit with Adoree' Jackson, Rashaan Evans, Malachi Dupre, Damian Prince, John Smith and Malik McDowell all still on the board. 

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