National Signing Day 2011, Super Bowl XLV, Tom Brady and Wednesday's Sports News

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National Signing Day 2011, Super Bowl XLV, Tom Brady and Wednesday's Sports News
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Most of the country is in the midst of a blizzard, but that doesn't mean that the news in the sports world ever stops coming out. In fact, like the constant ice that's been falling, the news never stops.

It's a huge day in the world of college football because it's National Signing Day. Most of the top recruits have already given written or verbal commitments to a school, but there are still a number of big-time players that haven't made up their mind yet. We will have all the latest news and updates on which schools win big and the schools that missed out on the player they coveted.

We are a little more than 100 hours from the biggest spectacle in all of American sports—Super Bowl XLV. The Packers and Steelers managed to survive media day on Tuesday, now all that's left is the build up to the game. We will have the latest news coming from Dallas.

In some off-the-field news, Patriots QB Tom Brady has been named the AP's Offensive Player of the Year. The announcement doesn't come as much of a surprise. In fact, it's just the first award that Brady is expected to get from the AP this week. We will talk about why he got the award and if he deserved it.

We have all this news and so much more coming throughout the day. The weather outside is awful, but things are always on fire in the sports world. Stay with us all day for the most comprehensive analysis of the day's breaking sports news.

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