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Signing Day: Come early, come often

Feb 2, 2010, 9:08 PM EDT

Well, we’re finally here… almost.

Tomorrow should be hectic, and the Irish are still in play with more than a few recruits who haven’t made up their minds.

I’ll be doing my best to update everybody throughout the day as the faxes come rolling into the Notre Dame football office, and will keep updating with plenty of posts tomorrow.

It’s an exciting day for college football fans, and I think when the dust settles, Irish fans should be very happy with the work this coaching staff did in a tough situation.

I’m setting the alarm for a disgustingly early hour on the West Coast and look forward to a long morning and afternoon covering college football both here and at CFT.

This should feel a little bit like Christmas, only you don’t know how good your presents actually are for anywhere from nine months to four years.

  1. OJ=USC most famous alum - Feb 3, 2010 at 3:50 AM

    Ya I agree that BK has done a good job in getting some of the biggest profile recruits to consider coming to ND. I am not putting too much weight into this recruiting class as BK has only had a few months on the job and we cannot expect a top 10 class. The fact that ND is still in the top 20 is something to be proud of. A few defections in this years class on defense I think will hurt in a few years but other than that job well done. I really think the key to getting a top 5 class next year would be to have a really strong 2010 year and win a BCS bowl game, amazingly something ND has never done. I really believe if BK can get some momentum going this year to where recruits begin to believe ND can compete for national titles then the sky is the limit. Remember most of the high school seniors were only 2 or 3 years old the last time ND won the national championship in 1993. Get these kids believing they can win big at ND and the recruits should be flowing in.

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