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Nebraska Football: How To Follow Along Corn Nation's Coverage Of National Signing Day 2016

Wednesday is a big day in the College Football world, and it's just as big for the Huskers as anyone else. Here's how you can follow along at Corn Nation.

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Tomorrow is the big day, as the Nebraska Cornhuskers get ready to sign their 2016 recruiting class. Head Coach Mike Riley expects at least 21 scholarship recruits to fax their letters into North Stadium, and we haven't even gotten into the walk-on's who will be coming to Lincoln as well.

Now, since today was a snow day, some may not get that luxury tomorrow and have to go back to work. How can you follow us all day long? Simple! You have these steps:

Follow Corn Nation on twitter: You should be doing this anyways, but every time we publish something, we tweet it. Helpful on your phone.

Make it two commits for the Nebraska Huskers today, as they nail their top ranked player for the '16 cycle.

Posted by Corn Nation on Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Like the Corn Nation page on Facebook: If we post it, we make sure to post that and some other stuff on our Facebook page. We have one of the bigger SBNation college pages around, and we'd love for you to join us there.

Use the News app on your iPhone/iPad: Did you know you can do that? You can!


You won't get Fanshots sent this way, but if you're looking for a clean way to look at CN articles, here's a chance for you to take a peek. You can also sign up for any SBN site, as well as SBNation itself this way!

Subscribe to our text service: We don't normally use this (frankly, I'm the only one that has the password I think!). However, for breaking news and National Signing Day, we tend to use this for the sake of not having the ability to be at a computer at all times.

How to subscribe? Text HUSKERS to 84483 to subscribe. Or, if you're reading this from your phone, click here:

Join Corn Nation text alerts on RainedOut

Standard text message rates do apply, so if you're a limited text budget on your phone, be aware of that. We don't normally text too late or too early, and you can always text the word STOP to quit getting the texts.

We will start our coverage at 6am Central with our posts, which will come through the morning until everyone has signed and the Huskers talk about the class with a 2:30 press conference.

Come join us.