College Football 2013: Weekend news roundup

College football weekend news roundup

6/3/13 in NCAAF   |   Tyler_Waddell   |   426 respect

Good morning college football fans, and happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend – here are some interesting headlines you may have missed over the last several days.

- Virginia coach Mike London has announced that quarterback Phillip Sims is ineligible to play and has been released from the team. Sims is a former Alabama transfer, and was once a heralded recruit.Blog Photo - College Football 2013: Weekend news roundup

- Ohio State has unveiled plans to expand Ohio Stadium (The Horseshoe) by 2,500 more seats, which would give it the third-largest stadium capacity in the country.

- Fresno State backup quarterback Marcus McDade has decided to transfer. After a subpar spring, it was reported that he had fallen to third-string in the depth chart.

- Texas A&M has dropped future games with Oregon and USC, which could indicate that the SEC is heading towards a nine-game conference schedule.

- South Carolina got a gem over the weekend as 4-star tight end Kevin Crosby committed to the Gamecocks. He carried an outstanding number of Division-1A offers, which reportedly exceeded 40.

- Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee has apologized for his ill-advised remarks on Notre Dame and the SEC. This probably isn't the last time we'll hear from the man with many bowties.

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