SEC coaches disagree on adding early signing period
DESTIN, Fla. -- The Southeastern Conference opened its annual spring meeting Tuesday with talk about adding an early signing period to college football.
There was plenty of debate.
Some say an early signing period could reduce the number of high
school prospects committing to one school, then de-committing and
signing with another. The idea drew support from Kentucky's Rich
Brooks and Vanderbilt's Bobby Johnson. But Florida's Urban Meyer
strongly disapproved, and others were somewhat ...
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