Sunday, February 2, 2014

The Fallout: Florida State, Urban Meyer, recruiting, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition.

Party Out of Bounds.
Florida State celebrates its BCS title victory with a ceremony inside Doak Campbell Stadium. (AP/ESPN)

Urban speaks. 
Chris Lauderback examines  Urban Meyer's public speaking skills as the Ohio State head coach speaks in front of the leadership team of what's described as "one of the most successful companies in the United States." (Eleven Warriors)

Can Sparty stay successful?
Matt Brown examines whether Michigan State will be able to continue its winning ways in 2014. (Land-Grant Holy Land)

Conspiracy Theory.
Bruins Nation accuses LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron of trying to sabotage UCLA's recruiting efforts by traveling to Los Angeles on the same flight as three potential Bruin recruits from Louisiana.


What's mine is mine, what's yours is mine.
Texas A&M flips a commitment as Louisiana high school senior safety switches class of 2014 commitments from Utah to the Aggies. (Good Bull Hunting

Alabama goes JUCO.
East Mississippi Community College defensive tackle Jarran Reed commits to Alabama's 2014 recruiting class. (

Georgia goes JUCO as well. 
Georgia also goes the JUCO route as it signs defensive back Shattle Fenteng to its 2014 recruiting class. (The Athens Banner Herald)

Hello Again.
Indiana HS senior offensive lineman Lukayus McNeal recommits to Louisville's 2014 recruiting class. He has previously decomitted when former Louisville head coach Charlie Strong left to become head coach of Texas. (Card Chronicle).  

Is it 2015 yet?
Arizona State lands a commitment for its 2015 recruiting class as Texas HS junior running back Nick Ralston commits to the Sun Devils. (House of Sparky)

Austin Stories.
California HS senior defensive end Austin Maloata commits to Oregon's 2014 recruiting class. (Addicted to Quack)

Penn State flips out.
Penn State lands another former Vanderbilt commitment as Florida HS safety Amani Oruwarly flips from the Commodores to the Nittany Lions. (Black Shoe Diaries)


Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?
For Whom the Cowbell Tolls suggests Mississippi State make a claim for the 1940 and 1941 national titles following news that Auburn might try to put claims to as many as seven national titles. Only in the SEC, folks.

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