Saturday, February 4, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Urban Meyer, Andrew Luck, Dorial Green-Beckham, and more.

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

It Crawled from the South.
Chris Low accuses Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer of bringing SEC recruiting practices to the Big Ten. (ESPN)

Urban Meyer is a hypocrite when it comes to recruiting.
Because Mike Bianchi said so. (The Orlando Sentinel)

It's a strange world. Let's keep it that way. 
Dennis Dodd tells the Big Ten "It's Urban's World", and to "deal with it." (CBS Sports)

Making the Super Bowl XLVI rounds. 
Former Stanford quarterback and probable first round NFL Draft pick for the Indianapolis Colts Andrew Luck meets with the local media in Indianapolis. (Stampede Blue)

Bend it Like (Green-) Beckham.
David Ubben looks at what the signing of blue chip linebacker Dorial Green-Beckham means for Kansas. (ESPN)

The Long Road. 

Former Notre Dame center and NFL veteran  Tim Grunhard discusses the twisted path that led him to his new position as Kansas' new offensive line coach. (The Topeka Capital-Journal)

You Never Can Tell. 
Mike Strange points out there are as many players who weren't blue-chip National Signing Day prospects as there are those that were playing in Super Bowl XLVI. (Mike Strange)

Making the great leap forward.
Alabama's early enrollees are making the adjustment to life in college. (

Another One Bites the Dust.
Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz loses yet another member of his coaching staff as offensive coordinator Ken O'Keefe for a coaching position at another unnamed program. Or possibly even for the Miami Dolphins. (, The Des Moines Register)

A Few Small Repairs.
Scott Hood looks at the changes South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier has made to his coaching staff since the end of the 2011 season. (Gamecock Central)

This is going to hurt me more than it does you.
The dismissal of three Georgia players for violating team rules leave the Bulldogs a little thin in the secondary. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

ACC fans left out in the cold.
The ACC gives its fans the short end of the stick when it comes to its new scheduling policy when Syracuse and Pitt join the conference. Because Caulton Tudor said so. (The Charlotte Observer)

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