Saturday, April 21, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: DeAndrew White, Urban Meyer, Tyler Bray, and more.

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

Crimson Tide WR in fight. 
Alabama wide receiver  DeAndrew White was hospitalized Thursday with a concussion after being involved in a fight in a bar in Tuscaloosa. (The Montgomery Advertiser)

Byrne Notice. 
Texas A&M athletic director Bill Byrne will not remain at the school past the end of his Aug. 13 contract's expiration date, and may not last that long. (The Houston Chronicle)

Feeling the burn.
The not-so-spectacular state of Florida football is blamed on the school convincing former head football coach Urban Meyer to stay around after his notorious December 2009 "resignation." (The Florida Times-Union)

No revenue spike from Meyer.
Meyer's current employer, Ohio State, hasn't seen a boost in donations due to his hire. (The Toledo Blade)

Things Can Only Get Better. 
Tennessee star quarterback Tyler Bray is hoping Saturday's Orange and White spring game goes better than his less-than-stellar performance in last year's game. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)

King Ghidorah, the Three-headed Blue Devil.
Duke will use three QB's in 2012, according to Blue Devil HC David Cutcliffe. (

Black Heart Old Pants.
Iowa will wear throwback uniforms for the Sept. 8 Cy-Hawk rivalry game against Iowa St. (Black Heart Gold Pants)

Quotations from Chairman Dantonio.
A brief look at the evolution Michigan State HC Mike Dantionio's comments about Michigan. (

Everything Old is New Again.
The four-headed quarterback controversy at Notre Dame is compared to a similar one in 2007. (The South Bend Tribune via WSBT)

The natives are restless.
Meanwhile, Notre Dame's notoriously fickle supporters are reportedly losing patience with HC Brian Kelly. (The Chicago Sun-Times)

A Spanner in the Works. 
The plan for Big Ten vs. Pac-12 interconference play beginning in 2017 is hitting a few snags. (ESPN)

Never too early. 
Lake the Posts looks forward to the Northwestern season opener against Syracuse. (Lake the Posts)

Wish List. 
A look at who is on Oregon's 2013 recruiting wish list at the QB position. (Addicted to Quack)

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