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ESPN on FSU’s campus for signing day – Florida State University

ESPN on FSU’s campus for signing day – Florida State University


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ESPN on FSU's campus for signing day

In addition to all of the National Signing Day features on Seminoles.com next Wednesday, ESPN will also be at Florida State covering what should be another great Seminoles recruiting class.

Courtesy of ESPNMediaZone3.com:

ESPNU will televise the most comprehensive coverage of National Signing Day to date on Wednesday, Feb. 1 beginning at 9 a.m. ET with 10-hours of live multiplatform coverage. The seventh annual ESPNU National Signing Day Special will once again originate from the ESPNU Charlotte, N.C. studios, be simulcast on ESPN3 and include live look-ins on SportsCenter throughout the day.  

Hosted by Rece Davis and Dari Nowkhah the ESPNU National Signing DaySpecial will feature comprehensive ESPN analysis from an assembled team of experienced and knowledgeable experts in scouting, recruiting, playing and coaching college football. Senior national recruiting analyst Tom Luginbill and recruiting analyst Craig Haubert will be joined in-studio by former head coaches Mike Bellotti, Randy Shannon and Butch Davis, college football analysts Rod Gilmore and David Pollack, regional coordinators Corey Long, Jamie Newberg and ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach.

ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit and Lou Holtz will also provide commentary throughout the day in addition to the unique perspective of ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer.

2012 ESPNU National Signing Day Special highlights:

Around the nation coverage from ESPN reporters at 13 college campuses - eight of which are in Schlabach's Top 10 early rankings on ESPN.com - including 2012 BCS National Champions Alabama and BCS participants LSU, Michigan andClemson, as well as Florida State, Georgia, Texas, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Penn State, USC, Oregon and Notre Dame.

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