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Ohio State fell two short of the NFL Draft record for most picks by a school.
The SEC edged out the Big Ten for the most players drafted in the 2016 NFL Draft.
When Jaylon Smith suffered his brutal injury in the Fiesta Bowl, the only player from Ohio State to come over and wish him well was his new teammate Ezekiel Elliott.
There have been 10 Ohio State Buckeyes drafted in the first three rounds of the NFL Draft, setting a record.
Alabama's trio of front seven defenders fell flat in the first round Thursday, then decided the only decision was to stick together in Chicago for the second round. Their patience was rewarded.
The Tennessee Titans drafted Alabama's Derrick Henry on Friday night. He is the second straight Heisman Trophy winner to be drafted by the team.
Berkeley exploded when the Rams selected Jared Goff first overall on Thursday night.
Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Arizona State, Oregon State, Kansas State and others will be at a "Mega Camp" in Texas this summer.
Alabama has a really big team and they need really big rings.
Oregon will wear throwbacks to 1916 in the spring game on Saturday.
The University of Georgia and University of Michigan will team up for a satellite camp in Atlanta in June.
The surreal Laremy Tunsil saga from the NFL Draft turned into a potential NCAA disaster for Ole Miss with the entire nation watching along.
Ole Miss released a statement on Friday regarding the allegations that Laremy Tunsil received money for playing at Ole Miss.
The SEC and Big Ten led the way in the conference count after the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Ohio State and Ole Miss led the way in the count of picks by college in the 2016 NFL Draft.
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