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Nov 17, 2012; University Park, PA, USA; Indiana Hoosiers helmet sits on the sidelines during the second quarter against the Penn State Nittany Lions at Beaver Stadium. Penn State defeated Indiana 45-22. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Indiana assistant forced to visit recruits at Waffle House

By now, everyone has seen all of the problems the south, especially Georgia, has had dealing with the cold weather, snow and ice.

It has also impacted college football coaches as they try to visit recruits. With National Signing Day just one week away, there are only a few more days for coaches to make their final pitches.

Indiana Hoosiers’ offensive coordinator Brian Knorr detailed the events.

“It impacted us all, because half the schools were closed and by the time you got to the other schools, they close things down,” Knorr told Kipp Adams of 24/7 Sports. “The good thing is that the coaches in the area have made it pretty convenient as far as meeting you places, although it took me six hours from the in-home visits to my hotel last night.”

One of the most famous establishments in Georgia served as a meeting place.

“The only things open right now are gas stations and Waffle Houses, and I have two in-home visits today in Waffle Houses,” Knorr said.

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