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February 08, 2016

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With prep football stars across the nation announcing their college commitments, SI.com takes a look at the top 100 recruits and which schools did best on National Signing Day. Georgia already landed its man—five-star quarterback Jacob Eason (10) from Lake Stevens (Wash.) High, who committed in July 2014 and is already enrolled in classes. Clemson got theirs too, with Spartanburg (S.C.) High RB Tavien Feaster, who committed last February. But what about the nation's top player, Paramus (N.J.) Catholic High DT Rashan Gary (55)? Go to SI.com/college-football for a complete signing day wrap-up.

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Booted Out Down Under

From the SI Vault | Jan. 29, 1990

When John McEnroe behaved like John McEnroe, the Australian Open threw him out of the tournament

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PHOTOMARK LOMOGLIO/ICON SPORTSWIRE/AP (GARY) PHOTOTORREY PURVEY/ICON SPORTSWIRE/AP (EASON) PHOTOTERESA POPLIN/MAXPREPS.COM (FEASTER) PHOTOMARK BAKER/REUTERS (MCENROE) PHOTOWALTER IOOSS JR. FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (SMITH)

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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Birdie (-1)
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Double Bogey (+2)