Morning Playbook: Alabama QB updates, Super Bowl QBs and coaches remembered and a Grammy winner

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Alabama has confirmed the addition of former Florida State quarterback Jacob Cooker. [College Football Talk]

The Crimson Tide also lost the commitment of a five-star quarterback. Ricky Town committed to USC. Enter your Lane Kiffin jokes here. [247 Sports]

UNLV head coach Bobby Hauck got a pay raise that is not settling well with everybody for some reason. [Las Vegas Sun]

Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini says Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was his mentor. [Lincoln Journal Star]

While we are in the reflecting mood, former NC State head coach Tom O'Brien looks back on the Russell Wilson situation. [The Charlotte Observer]

Former San Diego State football player Gregory Porter won a Grammy Sunday night for best vocal jazz album. [NBC San Diego]

The Miami Hurricanes will have an offensive line with strong family ties once some top recruits join the team. [Miami Herald]

Three years ago USC gave an offer to a 13-year old quarterback. He is still committed to the Trojans for the Class of 2015, if you were wondering. [247 Sports]

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Kevin McGuire

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Managing editor of Crystal Ball Run and contributor to College Football Talk on NBCSports.com. Member of the FWAA and National Football Foundation. College Football Hall of Fame voter. Also managing Bloguin's NittanyLionsDen.com and Macho-Row.com.

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