How Does Small College Recruiting Differ from Large Conference Recruiting?

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How Does Small College Recruiting Differ from Large Conference Recruiting?
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As we cover recruiting here at Bleacher Report, naturally we focus are efforts on the big schools and conferences in college football. Those schools have the largest fan bases and get the most coverage because they're the most visible programs.

But what about the little guys? I won't name any names, but there are surely schools who feel they're at a big time recruiting disadvantage when compared to the bigger schools in the bigger conferences. Some of you may be asking, "What's the difference? That little mid-major school should be going after the same prospects Alabama, USC, Florida and Notre Dame go after."

Well, you're wrong if you're asking that question. There are several differences in recruiting at a smaller college versus recruiting at a big school in a big conference.

Here's a few of those differences. 

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