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By Marc Lawrence — The 2021 College Football recruiting cycle is mostly finished.

The class rankings give us a look at the totality of a class and which classes outperformed others overall.

To dissect those classes even further, ESPN looked at which programs recruited each position the best.

A position-by-position look at which teams signed the best offensive haul of prospects (ESPN 300) for this cycle is outlined herein.

The teams leading this list included USC with two quarterbacks, Clemson, Ohio State and Oregon with two running backs, Alabama and Oklahoma with four wide receivers, Nebraska with three tight ends and Alabama with five offensive linemen.

Tomorrow we’ll look into the best defensive recruits. To read more into each of these recruits and other coveted ESPN 300 enrollees click here. 
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Grinding Out The Profits

From the Playbook Basketball Newsletter: We continue to ride the Cardinal fade-train as Louisville figures to pay the price tonight for taking down the 20-win Irish last season.

This matchup will mark only the third contest for the COVID-battered Cards since losing to Clemson on Jan. 27.

Kudos to Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey who shook off a dreadful 3-8 start to the season by guiding his team to 4 wins in the last six games.

They’ve certainly had their way against the Cardinals, going 14-3-2 ATS in this series with 2 or more days of rest, including 6-1 ATS when seeking revenge

Our biggest complaint about Louisville this season has been a tendency to play down to the level of their opposition, going just 2-5 ATS versus sub .666 foes, including Saturday’s 45-point trouncing at North Carolina.

We smell another upset.
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