National Signing Day 2014: ESPN announces coverage assignments for 11-hour marathon

Feb 6, 2013; Immokalee, FL, USA; Immokalee High cornerback Mackensie Alexander announces he will attend Clemson during National Signing Day at Immokalee High School. Twin brother Mackenro Aleander (left) and mother Marie Cadet join him on stage. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

College football National Signing Day is less than two weeks away and, as always, ESPN will have full coverage of the event for an incredible 11 hours on that Wednesday.

There will be 13 live commitments that will be broadcast live throughout the day on ESPNU and ESPN has also announced that the following reporters will be assigned to these specific schools:

Alabama (Tom Rinaldi)
Auburn (Maria Taylor)
Florida State (Holly Rowe)
LSU (Niki Noto)
Miami (Mark Schwarz)
Notre Dame (Paul Carcaterra)
Ohio State (Quint Kessenich)
Penn State (Pedro Gomez)
Tennessee (Jeannine Edwards)
Texas (Kaylee Hartung)
Texas A&M (Cara Capuano)

All of these schools carry their own weight of significance on National Signing Day, but you’ll also notice that no one has been assigned to a Pac-12 school. However, before you go on thinking that the guys out west are getting the ultimate short change, ESPN has said that a 12th school will be assigned coverage, but that school will be determined at a later date.

 

Topics: College Football, National Signing Day 2014, Recruiting

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