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Videos and elaborate stunts geared to signing day are changing the college football recruiting game

Videos and elaborate stunts geared to signing day are changing the college football recruiting game

Using a live animal was out.

Been done.

Another football recruit had used a bulldog to announce he'd signed with Georgia. And then there was the recruit from Ohio who used a dwarf caiman — closest thing he could find to an alligator, which aren't legal in Ohio — to illustrate his choosing Florida.

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A crazy haircut was a no-go, too. One recruit shaved "Vols" into his head to signal Tennessee.

Jimmy Clausen killed the Hummer-limousine announcement back in 2006, so that wasn't an option, either.

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