Sunday, January 29, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Mike Leach, Brandon Boykin, Bobby Engram, and more.

 (Welcome to the Fallout is the SWRT off-season weekend wrap-up of college football related news.)

North and South.

The North beats the South in the Senior Bowl 23-13. (ESPN

Boykin injured. 

Former Georgia cornerback Brandon Boykin suffered a leg injury during the Senior Bowl. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

The All-Winners Squad. 
Bud Withers looks at how new Washington State head football coach Mike Leach assembled his coaching staff of "winners." There's a Charlie Sheen joke around here somewhere. (The Seattle Times)

Courtesy call.
Rutgers interviews interim head football coach Kyle Flood to take over the job recently vacated by Greg Schianio on a full-time basis. (

Tenpenny Opera. 
Alabama scores another verbal commitment for its 2013 signing class with Arkansas high school running back Altee Tenpenny announcing his decision to commit to the Tide. (

Wednesday could prove to be another dramatic National Signing Day for Georgia. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Walking with a Panther. 
Former NFL wide receiver Bobby Engram joins Pitt's coaching staff as its new wide receivers coach. (

The early Wolverine gets the worm.
With a recruiting class  being described as "elite" already in hand, Michigan's early jump on recruiting could still reap benefits for the Wolverines on National Signing Day. (The Detroit Free Press)

Living on a Prater. 
Northwestern head football coach Pay Fitzgerald announces the decision of former USC wide receiver Kyle Prater announces to transfer to the Big Ten school. (ESPN Chicago)

Bigger than it seems. 
BYU recruiting coordinator Joe DuPaix claims that a rather small Cougar recruiting class will be bolstered by a bumper crop of players returning from Mormon missionary service. (The Salt Lake City Tribune)

Please Come to Boston. 
Maine and Boston College reportedly agree to face each other this coming season on Sept. 8. (BC Interruption)

All a-Twitter. 
LSU is keeping a close eye on its players' Twitter feeds to make sure things don't get out of hand. (ESPN GeauxTigerNation)

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