STATE COLLEGE, PA - NOVEMBER 12: Penn State players sing the pledge of allegiance before taking on Nebraska at Beaver Stadium on November 12, 2011 in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

The Hurry Up, Dec. 27: College Football Headlines For Tuesday

Penn State has been coachless for 45 days, and other college football notes.

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Gunner Kiel Commits To LSU Tigers Over Notre Dame, Vanderbilt

A banner day for the LSU Tigers as they land one of the top quarterbacks in the country.

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Orange Bowl 2012: DeAndre Hopkins Recovering After Car Accident Injury

Clemson receiver DeAndre Hopkins is all right after getting in a car wreck Tuesday, but his status for the Orange Bowl is undetermined.

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Champs Sports Bowl 2011: Bert Reed Might Still Play For FSU

Florida State could get back receiver Bert Reed for the Champs Sports Bowl.

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Gunner Kiel Decision Dragging Out, Could Come Soon

Driven by tweets and stories from various Louisiana media, the college football recruiting world was in a fervor Monday, as the top pro-style quarterback, Gunner Kiel, was expected to commit to LSU, Vanderbilt or Notre Dame. Only that didn't happen.

The Kiel camp was silent, and presumably went about enjoying the day after Christmas while contemplating the decision. Still, just about everyone expects Kiel to make a decision fairly soon, because Kiel is going to enroll early at his school of choice, and the paperwork for that sort of thing needs to be submitted fairly shortly. Jamie Newberg is the most prominent national recruiting media member to predict a commitment this week:

QB Gunner Kiel should announce this wk = #LSU, #Vandy, or #NotreDame. Keep hearing Tigers but y no decision yet? Family is still debating
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Recruitniks will remember that Kiel committed to Indiana over the summer, only to back out of that commitment during the season.

Kiel has taken official visits to all three schools, and all of them obviously have a lot to offer a quarterback.

Vanderbilt is the most interesting choice, as the Commodores had a surprising season and seem to be headed in the right direction under James Franklin. And Vanderbilt did have success with another quarterback from Indiana in Jay Cutler.

So While Kiel seems to be leaning to LSU, don't count out the other two contenders.

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The Hurry Up, Dec. 27: College Football Headlines For Tuesday

Penn State has been coachless for 45 days, and other college football notes.

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