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NFL Draft Deadline Slams LSU

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regon coach Chip Kelly and Syracuse coach Doug Marrone are off to the NFL. Notre Dame's Brian Kelly and Penn State's Bill O'Brien are staying put. Their respective programs will be impacted accordingly.

But what about the record 75 college players who decided by the Jan. 15 declaration deadline to take their talents to the next level, and the countless other touted eligible underclassmen who decided to come back? Many of their decisions will greatly impact their current or former teams' fate in 2013.

Let's review the biggest winners and losers after the 2013 declaration day.

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