2014 National Signing Day: The video breakdowns

Dan Rubenstein and Bud Elliott worked all National Signing Day to bring you full breakdowns of the 2014 recruiting classes for the biggest conferences and a few of the biggest teams.

National Signing Day went by in a whirlwind. After getting caught up in the rabble of breaking commitments and heaping the requisite praise upon your own school's recruiting class, you may have run out of time to take stock of what other programs were doing around the country. Thankfully, that's what SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein and Bud Elliott did last Wednesday. Here is our complete set of video breakdowns from National Signing Day.

Conference recaps

SEC, ACC and Big Ten
Big 12 and Pac-12

Team recaps

Texas A&M
Florida
Alabama
Texas
Ohio State
Michigan
Florida State

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Behind-the-scenes feature: How Michael Sam decided to come out

What if college football had promotion and relegation? Updated for 2014

Bill Connelly: Missouri gains yet another reason to take pride in Sam

Super-early 2014 advanced stats rankings, 1 through 125

College football news | The SEC is taking over the country

Long CFB reads | How Ryan Perrilloux completely disappeared

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