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Dienhart: 2018 National Signing Day notebook

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Ohio State has the top recruiting class in the Big Ten. It’s the seventh consecutive year the Buckeyes have sat on top of the Big Ten recruiting board, which just happens to parallel the arrival of Urban Meyer in Columbus.

Recruiting notebook: Ohio State cleans up, secures nation's No. 2 class

The dust is settling on the first early-signing period for college football. And this much is clear: Ohio State is cleaning up, owning the No. 1 class not just in the Big Ten … but in the nation, per 247.com. It’s the first time in this millennium that a Big Ten team has sat on top of the national rankings.

Penn State signs five-star defensive end Micah Parsons

Penn State was one of the biggest winners of Wednesday's early national signing day. Not only did James Franklin sign another heralded class, but he inked five-star defensive end, the top player at his position in the nation, Micah Parsons.

Big Ten football coaches weigh in on possible early signing period

The wheels are in motion for an early signing period in college football. You knew it was coming. The big question: What took so long? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart takes a look at the possible pros and cons of such a move.

ICYMI: Fun moments from 2017 National Signing Day

Well, it's over. National Signing Day came and went Wednesday, and there was no shortage of fun moments. Inside, we highlight some of our favorite moments from the day, plus other fun nuggets about the newest Big Ten talents.

Donovan Peoples-Jones highlights Michigan's heralded recruiting class

Jim Harbaugh moved Michigan's "Signing of the Stars" event from a downtown theater to its basketball arena, incorporating some non-football coaches instead of putting such as Tom Brady, Derek Jeter and Ric Flair on stage with him as he did last year.

Big Ten champ Penn State bolster lines on National Signing Day

After losing starting center Brian Gaia and top defensive end Garrett Sickels, who left early for the NFL Draft, the Nittany Lions inked four offensive linemen and four defensive linemen on signing day to bolster their corps.