Found May 27, 2012 on Shirts With Random Triangles:
 (Welcome to the Fallout is the SWRT off-season weekend wrap-up of college football related news.) Hero of the Day.  Kevin Gemmell profiles Arizona State defensive tackle Jake Sheffield, who served two tours of duty in Iraq as a US Marine before joining the Sun Devils football program. (ESPN) Conspiracy Theory.  Georgia is accused of hiring of its new director of on-campus recruiting Daryl Jones as a ploy to gain the commitment of Georgia high school junior tight end Robert Nkemdiche. Jones is a former coach of Nkemdiche. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution) Where Do We Go From Here? Brian Hamilton looks at the pros and cons of Notre Dame's options on whether to stay independent, or finally bite the bullet and join a conference. (The Chicago Tribune) "Four" against"one." SEC commissioner Mike Slive prefers a four-team playoff over a plus-one format to determine the BCS championship. (AP via Yahoo! Sports) How are things on the West Coast? ...
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