- Edward Aschoff, ESPN Staff Writer
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National signing day has come and gone. Hope you all had fun ... and no one took your LOI.
The drama surrounding Alex Collins, his mother and his letter of intent dominate Bret Bielema's first signing day at Arkansas.
LSU coach Les Miles says he "hasn't given much thought" to potential staff changes at LSU.
Alabama's 2013 class has similarities to past top-ranked groups, but features a few new twists.
Auburn hauls in a three-headed monster to beef up its defensive line.
Mike Bianchi of The Orlando Sentinel writes that Will Mushamp and Florida are razor-sharp in SEC recruiting brawl.
Texas A&M beefs up defense and wide receivers on national signing day.
Skai Moore's decision highlights a low-key signing day for South Carolina.
Georgia's 2013 signing class is half full.
Vanderbilt's 2013 signing class is as good as gold.
New Tennessee coach Butch Jones says the Vols were "selective" with the 2013 class.
John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader writes that Kentucky's signing of ESPN 300 defensive end Jason Hatcher away from USC was a breakthrough for the Wildcats.
Mississippi State reached beyond its borders for help in its 2013 signing class.
Ole Miss was happy to keep No. 2-ranked safety Antonio Conner close to home.
A low ranking for recruits isn't important to Missouri coach Gary Pinkel.
3hSam Khan Jr. and Derek Tyson
4hSam Khan Jr. and Derek Tyson
8hDavid Hale and Alex Scarborough
10hSam Khan Jr. and Derek Tyson
1dMark Schlabach and Sharon Katz