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Tuesday Cheat Sheet: Everything That’s Gone Viral The Past 24 Hours (4/28/15)

Here’s everything that has gone viral in college sports over the past 24 hours.

1. Five-star forward Brandon Ingram officially committed to Duke yesterday.

2. SEC football coaches were told they can not attend any of Michigan's "Exposure U" camps the Wolverines are hosting.

3. A photo was tweeted out of Arkansas' leather belt the Razorbacks had made to celebrate their Advocare Texas Bowl victory last year.

4. Former Eastern Washington University quarterback Vernon Adams posted an Instagram picture of the shiny rings he earned at EWU, and mentioned how he'd like to add a national title ring to his collection as well.

5. A video was released of a UCLA student government candidate getting obliterated on the practice field by Bruins linebacker Myles Jack.

6. ESPN broadcaster Dick Vitale tweeted out that he was "amazed" by Florida Gators' freshman forward Chris Walker's decision to enter the 2015 NBA Draft.

7. Oregon's Athletic Director Rob Mullens presented country stars Jason Aldean and Cole Swindell with personalized Ducks' football jerseys after their performance at Matthew Knight Arena over the weekend.

8. Wisconsin native and Maryland commitDiamond Stone tried partying at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and was not welcomed.

9. Former Syracuse forward Chris McCullough posted an Instagram picture of himself and his former teammates B.J. Johnson, Ron Patterson and Rakeem Christmas at coach Jim Boeheim's Basket Ball charity event.

10. Notre Dame football unveiled its notorious shirt for the 26th straight year over the weekend to celebrate the upcoming season.

Video of the Day: Oregon Student-Athletes Thanked Marcus Mariota In An Awesome Video

Tweet of the Day: Duke Basketball’s Twitter Account Thinks April 2015 Is The Greatest Month Ever

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