Friday, April 17, 2015

The Fallout: Jameis Winston, John Swofford, spring games, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout -  Friday edition.

The elephant that's still in the room.
The former Florida State student who accused former Jameis Winston of rape has filed a civil suit against the former FSU starting quarterback in Florida. (ESPN)



Two is enough? 
ACC commissioner John Swofford denies reports from last week suggesting that the conference is planning to expand to three divisions if the NCAA approves the deregulation of conference championships. (Dr. Saturday)

A-Day in Tuscaloosa. 
Brett Weisband previews Alabama's spring game. (Saturday Down South)

Thank you, sir. May I have another? 
Christopher Smith previews Missouri's spring game. (Saturday Down South)

Hart to Hartbarger.
Mike Griffith profiles Michigan State redshirt freshman punter Jake Hartbarger. (mLive.com)

See you in San Diego?
The San Diego-based organization that oversees the Holliday and Poinsettia Bowls wants to host the rivalry game between Navy and Notre Dame at Qualcomm Stadium in either 2016 or 2018. (Dr. Saturday)

The waiting is the hardest part.
Dave Wunderlich ponders can an SEC head football coach hang on to his job without winning an SEC title. (Team Speed Kills)

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