Friday, January 30, 2015

The Fallout: Matt Canada, Mike Alden, P.J. Fleck, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Friday edition.




Be True to Your School.
Kyler Murray, the top ranked quarterback prospect in the country, says that he is still committed to Texas A&M following an unofficial visit to the University of Texas. (ESPN)

Goodbye Says It All. 
Missouri athletic director Mike Alden announces plans to step down in August. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

O, Canada!
North Carolina State offensive coordinator Matt Canada signs a contract extension with the school, ending speculation that he might take the open OC position at Tennessee. (College Football Talk)

Hey, Mr. P.J. put a record on. I wanna dance with my baby. 
Holly Anderson sits down for a Q&A session with Western Michigan head coach P.J. Fleck. (Grantland)

I've have the power!
The ACC reverses its policy on BYU, declaring that games scheduled against the Cougars will count toward the conferences requirement that members schedule at least one game against a "Power 5" conference. BYU is one of only three independent schools left in the FBS division. (ESPN)

Tucker: The Man and His Dream. 
Michael Casagrande profiles new Alabama defensive backs coach Mel Tucker. (al.com)

It was a very good year. 
Dennis Dodd believes that college football had a better 2014 than the NFL. (CBS Sports)

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