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Welcome to Signing Day 2016

Dust off those fax machines and put some ink in your favorite pen. Signing day is here.

The day that keeps the fax machine relevant (and also provides teams with the talent that will guide them into the future) is here once again.

Today is a big day for the Cougs. It's the day that WSU takes advantage of their momentum gained by a run to (and through) a 9 win season and a successful Sun Bowl and bring the the future into their the program. The team has already used it to guide their recruiting so far. As of last night, WSU was ranked as the 51st best class by Scout and by Rivals, 58th by 24/7 Sports, but these numbers are almost certainly going to fluctuate as the faxes roll in (or don't roll in, as it may come to be).

If you are interested in following the action every step of the way, we have you covered all day. The first step is to sign up for text alerts. All you have to do is text the word CougCenterNSD to the number 84483 and we'll let you know whenever a new fax comes in.

After you sign up for the text alerts, then you can read up on how signing day works while you wait for the first commit. Here's a great write up on how all of those ranking systems work.

After that, you can listen to Britton and Michael talk all about the big day on the latest CougCenter hour. The show is always worth a listen, and this episode is no different, especially for all the recruiting fans out there. While you listen, take a look at who the Cougs have committed, and who they're targeting, on Britton's big boards. Here is his write up on the offense, and here is his look at defensive recruiting.

But the fun doesn't end there. Britton, Jeff, Brian, Michael and a cast of many talented folks will bring you all the coverage you could ever hope for. Here's a look at what is planned for the big day.

Signing day is the first step on the way to the 2016 season... Get excited, folks.

Football And Signing Day Roundup

WSU Cougars lose OT recruit Jaelen Lewis to San Jose State | The Seattle Times
Just a day before National Signing Day, Washington State has lost an offensive tackle recruit. Antelope (Calif.) High offensive tackle Jaelen Lewis has flipped his commitment to San Jose State, Joe Davidson of the Sacramento Bee reported Tuesday morning.

WR Isaiah Johnson is jewel of WSU football's 2016 recruiting class | WSU Sports |
SEATTLE — With the clock ticking down to national signing day today, former USC assistant and current Pac-12 Networks analyst Yogi Roth has watched film of every recruit who is

National Signing Day live coverage: Latest news, updates, commits for Washington Huskies, Washington State Cougars | The Seattle Times
The Seattle Times covers National Signing Day as this year's recruiting classes come into focus at UW and WSU, and as high-school football players from across Seattle and Washington state pick their colleges. The action begins bright and early.

Lake Stevens WR Krenz commits to Cougars | Washington State University |
SEATTLE — At Lake Stevens High, Riley Krenz caught passes from the nation’s top quarterback recruit, Jacob Eason, who now plays for Georgia.

In multiple SB rings, ex-Cougs lead ex-Huskies | Sportspress Northwest
Seven former Huskies and Cougars have collected multiple Super Bowl rings, none more than a receiver from WSU who played on San Francisco's "Team of the '80s."

Buy or sell: Pac-12 will be left out of next season's playoff - Pac-12 Blog- ESPN
The Pac-12 was shut out of this past season's College Football Playoff, and it could happen again with the league having so many competitive teams.


Cougars Welcome Ducks Friday Night - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State and Oregon will tip off at 8 p.m. at Beasley Coliseum.

Midseason Pac-12 power rankings and awards | The Spokesman-Review
Tomorrow the second half of Pac-12 play begins. Before that happens, let's see how the conference's teams and players have fared.