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Somehow Dacorius Law, a three-star running back from Haines City, FL managed to sign with three schools on National Signing Day. Those School were Ole Miss, Utah and East Mississippi Community College. Here is what happened according to CBS.com:
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Both Ole Miss and Utah claim they received a letter of intent from Law, who apparently also signed with East Mississippi Community College. According to the Clarion Ledger, Ole Miss announced Law's signing at 8:23 a.m.. Meanwhile, at Utah, the school didn't announce Law's signing until 3:36 p.m., though a school spokesperson told the paper she believed the school received the letter of intent earlier in the day.
After Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze spoke with Law and his family on Thursday the Rebels released Law from his Letter of Intent.
Filed Under: SEC Recruiting
Originally published on SECRant.com

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That's okay, he only signed with Ole Miss in case he didn't academically qualify for the JUCO
Reply46 months
Who is that dumbfrick
Reply46 months
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