Wednesday, February 25, 2015

The Fallout: Mark Dantonio, Keith Olbermann, Titus Howard, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Wednesday edition. 

Don't Believe the Hype!
Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio dismisses talk that the Spartan football program is expected to be in "decline" during the 2015 college football season. (mLive.com)

Least. Shocking. News. Ever. Of the week.
ESPN suspends Keith Olbermann following the on-air personality for getting in a Twitter fight with Penn State fans. (Deadspin)

I have the power? 
BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe says the school is planning to join one of the power conferences "in the near future." The school has been an independent  since leaving the Mountain West in 2011. (College Football Talk)

Titus Howard is an ex-Pitt Panther.
Pitt has dismissed cornerback Titus Howard for the ever-vague "violation of team rules." Howard was suspended from participating during the 2014 season for similarly-vague team rules violations. (College Football Talk)

A Few Small Repairs. 
The University of Louisiana-Monroe's Monroe Stadium will undergo a $1.4 million-dollar expansion to its north-end end zone. The expansion will include a 12,000-ft. facility will include offices, a new locker room and a Hall of Fame. (College Football Talk)

Pumped Up Kicks.
Jesse Collins names Maryland kicker Brad Craddock as the top kicker in the Big Ten. (Off Tackle Empire)

Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes?
Matt Porter looks at the candidates to replace former Miami Hurricane Ereck Flowers at left tackle. (The Palm Beach Post)

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