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Rodgers decides to become a Commodore

Things have come around for Butte QB Jordan Rodgers (6-3, 210). After he was left in the lurch when Mark Mangino stepped down as the head coach at Kansas, what looked to be a sure thing went out the window. But when you have the passing skills that Rodgers showed the past two years, things don't stay stagnant for long and on Monday night he inked his name on a Vanderbilt letter-of-intent...

"I just signed with them tonight," a happy Rodgers told JCFootball.com Monday night. "I loved the coaches and the players and the facilities and when you have the competition of the SEC facing you every week, you know it's the best there is, bar none...

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