National Signing Day

National signing day: Ole Miss muscles in on power programs

7 February 2013 | 2:33 am Alabama. Ohio State. Michigan. Florida. Notre Dame. Mississippi? Ole Miss muscled in on the powerhouses that usually dominate national signing day, landing some of the most sought-after prospects in the country on college football's annual first-Wednesday-in-February frenzy.

National Signing Day: Indy connection expects to make immediate impact on IU defense

7 February 2013 | 2:06 am North Central High School defensive lineman Darius Latham is eager to see the impact his recruiting class can have on Indiana University.

National Signing Day allows athletes to focus on future

7 February 2013 | 1:51 am BA's Ramsey changes after last summer's initial decision, signs with Florida; CPA's Mitchell sticks with Samford More

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National Signing Day 2013: Tyner to Ducks highlights Aloha signing …

7 February 2013 | 12:40 am The record-setting running back said his commitment to Oregon was reassured after a visit from Ducks' head coach Mark Helfrich the day after Chip Kelly's departure.

National Signing Day 2013 rankings: The top 25 classes, topped by …

6 February 2013 | 11:52 pm National Signing Day is over, with a few stragglers, the members of the recruiting class of 2013 have decided their college destinations. So, with that done: who's got the best class? Let's look at the 247 composite rankings:

South Carolina football recruiting 2013: National Signing Day recap …

6 February 2013 | 11:29 pm South Carolina doesn't have the best class in the SEC – not close to it – but they have a few four-star recruits that puts them in the top 25 of pretty much every ranking.

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6 Responses to National Signing Day

  • Pat H says:

    Happy National Signing Day? It’s college football signing day…so let’s make some hockey questions.

    1. Of the free agents that were signed this offseason who in your opinion is doing the best?

    2. Which current player on your team was the worst signing? (Can be any offseason not just this offseason)

    3. Zach Parise, Ryan Suter, and Shea Weber’s deal…justifiable?

    BS: Have a nice day.

  • Calitroit says:

    Airforce…………….? Anyone thats been in the airforce for a while,what’s your personal experience,was it worth it to you,because i was thinking of enlisting after high school,so i need alot information,i also would like to know the pros and cons of life in the airforce
    @ maj Kay it was a typo but okay thanks for the answer

    • Curator says:

      It depends on what you want to get out of the Air Force, and what you have to give up to get what you want. The pros and cons coexist, meaning you have to accept both when you enlist. Here are the pros: you get paid, it is salary, you will receive shelter, 3 meals a day, clothing, you will be in a learning environment, you’ll get in good shape, you’ll learn a lot of skills related to the job you pick, it looks good for future employers, you will receive college money, and there are more benefits to mention that will be there, even after you are out of the Air Force. Now here are the cons: you will be in a legal contract, and you have to commit to it; you are salary, and they can keep you busy for up to 20 hours a day, 7 days a week; you’re choices are limited and you do a lot of work you have to do (you’re assigned a duty station and job, you can’t just quit a job like civilian world). You will be subject to being away from family for months at a time, and you will be in a third world country on a deployment. There are days where you’ll be doing a lot of standing around, hanging out doing nothing etc.

      Basically, when you join the Military, you are entitled to many financial benefits, nut in order to receive those benefits, you have to give them 3-8 years of your life, that they own and control.

      So you need to determine, what is it you want from the Air Force, College Money? The Bonus? The learning experience? Serve the country? Be a Veteran? You just like the Military Life style and want to do it? And are you willing to give 3, 4, 5, etc. years of your life to get what you want?

      I was in the Army National Guard, and when I first joined in 2008, there was a $20,000 sign on bonus, and up to $50,000 for college tuition. I went in as an E-3, and I was getting paid 1800 dollars a month. I was thinking, cool, 20 thousand, lots of college money, and I only have to go to drill once a month, do one deployment, I’ll be living good. I went to Bootcamp for 6 months, made $6000, came home, got my bonus, went to college. When the deployment came, I was still thinking, cool, $50,000 tax free, I’ll be living good, plus I’ll get a combat patch and I’ll get to put cool pictures on face book. After doing an active duty deployment, I realized I didn’t like it. I didn’t like the uniformity, working 20 hours a day, 7 days a week for 1800 a month (comes to 3 dollars an hour). I didn’t like the Sergeants treating us like kids, I didn’t like not showering for days, standing in a guard tower waiting hours just to pee, eating MRE’s, having absolutely no choice as to what I want to spend any time doing, no cell phones, there is wifi, but it is very slow, and they charge a ridiculous amount of money for it, and all free time was spent doing things like trash detail, getting gatorade and ice for the NCO’s, cleaning the M4 for hours, inventorying equipment, refueling the Hum V’s. I couldn’t stand not having my own life, the Army controlled my life. The whole deployment was utter misery. I am in the start up phase of being self-employed, and I love doing that. But just recently, the unit I am still, has called us to active duty again. Again this would be 50,000 dollars, and I would have to give up a year of my life to earn it. I chose not to go, and I am being discharged soon, honorable, contract is up. I looked at this and said, do I want to leave my wife, and daughter, and give up a year of my life for $50,000, absolutely not.

      I have heard the Air Force is much better, and they treat you better, and you deploy for 6 months, live in better conditions and work with smarter people. so my explanation of an Army deployment would be much different to an Air Force deployment, but think about it, and you need to make the decision.

  • Dreamy says:

    How To Overcome My Mom? It’s a long story…Since I was young my mother would always be around me and never leave me alone. She would drag me with her to her work, or drive for hours while i try to fit more comfortably in the car seat to study for the next day. My father is a total a*s he has another son from another woman..that son has a son who is my age(18)…you get the picture. My father would steal from my mom to give to his son but my mother just argues and the next day everything is ok. My father doesn’t love me so i grew dependent on my mom’s love but when she explodes and starts to shout at me how i’m rubbish, not good,a cow, I’m no good even for a whore… I start to cry, she gets angrier… Because my mom used to be very rich since very young i couldn’t find friends, real friends and i don’t fit in already made circles of friends.on top of that i’m a gold medalist and i’m gonna try for the nationals but because of it i depend a little more on my mom these days on transport, advice and i’m being nervous as hell butt i don’t act annoying..
    So tomorrow we are going to another town to order my prom dress and sign up for Cambridge’s certificates and i told her i might have caught the flu and she started yelling and shouting (and it 10pm) how i’m faking it and from now onward i’m to always use the train and so on. But before 2-3 weeks when i wanted to go there with my best friend she denied and pouted and made my day hell as a result i ended up not going… When i want to go independent she declines and makes everything possible to happen her way but when i need her the most she just start yelling and now my self-esteem is under 0… help me

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