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The Elliott family is enjoying itself, Frank Haith loses clothing with regularity, and the diamond sports get closer and closer.


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Yeah ... I think it's official that Ezekiel Elliott is enjoying the recruiting process.

Elliott and his family have really enjoyed giving us all coded messages in the last few days, and they have all been ripe for hilariously deep analysis into body language, language in general, the size of smiles, etc. Kudos to them for enjoying themselves, I guess, but luckily it lasts only one more day, one way or another.

(My only piece of far-too-deep analysis: If his parents have truly been trying to steer him toward Mizzou this whole time, the fact that his dad is playing such a role in the above videos, pictures, etc. ... well, it would be odd if he were doing that when he knew his son wasn't ending up with Mizzou, right? Of course, the perfectly rational response is that he's doing this to make Missouri look/feel good about itself and build up his school while supporting his son's choice of Ohio State. And that's why in-depth analysis into any of this is both fun and completely pointless.)

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