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Jonathan Whyley ESPN Producer 

The Wolverines meeting the Pope today in Rome

Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Cal suffered a significant loss on the recruiting trail Tuesday evening as quarterback Adrian Martinez stepped back from his commitment to the Golden Bears. Martinez, the nation's No. 32 overall prospect and No. 3 pocket passer, committed to Cal last November and remained committed through the coaching change from Sonny Dykes to Justin Wilcox. Martinez said he was no longer 100% committed to Cal, though the school remains an option for him. Martinez has had a huge spring in picking up offers and took a recent visit to Tennessee. Alabama, Georgia, Miami, Ole Miss, Oregon and West Virginia are a few other programs that have offered.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State landed ESPN 300 defensive end Brenton Cox on Tuesday. Cox is the No. 19 ranked prospect overall, and the No. 5 ranked defensive end in the 2018 class Cox gives Ohio State eight commitments in the class, all of which are ranked in the ESPN 300. The Buckeyes have six commitments ranked in the top 75 and four within the top 40 of the rankings.

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Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Steve Spurrier was already enjoying retirement but said he's enjoying it even more after seeing some of the new NCAA rules, particularly the early signing period and players taking official visits in April, May and June. "I sort of liked an offseason. There is no offseason now," Spurrier told ESPN. "It's year around, and guys go, go, go, but a lot of guys like that. They don't go to the beach. They don't play golf. They don't travel. They don't do other things in life. I think it helped me last 30 years as a head coach because I did have an offseason."