(Welcome to the Fallout is the SWRT off-season weekend wrap-up of college football related news.)
The more the merrier.
Conference USA adds Charlotte, Florida International, Louisiana Tech, North Texas and Texas-San Antonio to its ranks. (AP via Sporting News)
The apparent collapse of the WAC may result in Idaho having to drop down to the FCS's Big Sky Conference. (SB*Nation)
Sit down, we're going to have a little talk.
Greg Auman sits down with FSU head football coach Jimbo Fisher and discusses topics including Seminole players from the Tampa area, and the FSU athletic department's $2 million-dollar budget shortfall. (The Tampa Bay Times)
The Road I'm On.
Florida supporters are warming to Fisher's bestest buddy, second-year Gator HC Will Muschamp on the booster club circuit. (ESPN)
Pennsylvania high school linebacker Alex Anzalone decommits from Ohio State after an alleged incident involving a convicted sex offender who managed to mingle with Buckeye coaches, players and recruits at the OSU spring game. Anzalone was among those who had his pictures taken with that individual. (Eleven Warriors)
Ready to Start.
The city of Jacksonville is getting ready to compete for the
rights to host either a playoff or championship game if and when a new
playoff system to replace the current BCS finally gets done. (The Florida Times-Union)
A Few Small Repairs.
An update on upgrades to Michigan State's Spartan Stadium. (The Lansing State Journal)
"College football should be banned."
Because Buzz Bissinger said so. Shut up, Buzz. (The Wall Street Journal)