Sunday, March 18, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Charlie Weis, Isaiah Crowell, and more.

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

Charlie Weis is like an onion. He has layers.
The new Kansas head football coach reflects on being considered an "ogre" by "most college football fans and media across the country."(The Sporting News)

Instant Karma's gonna get you.
Kansas athletic director Sheahon Zenger mocks Big 12 men's basketball champion Missouri's loss to Norfolk State in the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. The Jayhawks aren't out of the woods yet, Zenger. (The Dagger)

Island hopping.
LSU signs Tonga-born JUCO transfer Fehoko Fanaika to its 2012 recruiting class. (The New Orleans Times Picayune)

With Six You Get Egg Roll.
Fletcher Proctor has six questions about Georgia coming into spring practice. (

By Georgia, I think he's got it!
Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell may be finally getting the idea that he needs to get his head out of his rear end if he wants to succeed on the college level and beyond. (

Are You Experienced?
Jimmy Lake, the new Boise State defensive backs coach, brings to Boise several years of NFL coaching experience. (The Idaho Press-Tribune

Back on the Chain Gang.
Mike Stoops talks about adjusting to his return to Oklahoma as his brother (Sooner HC) Bob Stoops' defensive coordinator after being HC of Arizona. (The Tulsa World)

All of the Lights.
Michigan may play multiple games under the lights in the 2012 football season than just Notre Dame.  (The Detroit Free Press)

Welcome back. Now pee in this cup.
TCU head football coach Gary Patterson plans to drug test the Horned Frogs football team as soon as they get back to school following Spring Break. (Dr. Saturday)

Is this a good thing or a bad thing?
Berry Tramel looks at the pluses and minuses of the Big 12's new television deal with ESPN. (The Oklahoman)

Central Florida's defense is improving.
Because UCF HC George O'Leary said so. (The Orlando Sentinel)

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