College Football Weekend Roundup
- Ohio State senior linebacker Storm Klein was dismissed from the team following a domestic violence arrest on Friday. He started 10 games for the Buckeyes last season and was expected to backup sophomore Curtis Grant this year.
- Coach Randy Edsall and the Maryland Terrapins have looked overseas to solve their kicking woes, signing Australian kicker/punter Brad Craddock to a financial-aid agreement last Thursday. Here is his "highlight tape."
- South Florida and coach Skip Holtz came to terms on a three-year extension Friday. His contract now runs through 2017.
- Robert Nkemdiche, the No. 1 recruit in the nation for the class of 2013, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Friday that if Clemson did not offer his friend (Ryan Carter), he would look elsewhere. This created a bad look for the monstrous defensive end, who seemed as if he thought he had the authority to run the table. He then cleared things up Sunday by saying he's committed to the Tigers no matter what.
- The Opening wrapped up on Sunday at Nike's headquarters, but not until the top athletes for the class of 2013 showcased their talents and repped their respective future schools in high fashion. The 'Super Bad' team upset team 'Field Generals' to capture the trophy.
- 4-star linebacker recruit Alex Anzalone, widely known for his de-commitment from Ohio State after learning he had allowed his photo to be taken after the spring game with a 31-year-old registered sex offender from Kentucky, gave his verbal to Notre Dame Sunday. Keep him indoors, Brian Kelly.