Sunday, May 24, 2015

The Fallout: David Beckham (yes, that David Beckham), Joe Paterno, and Kansas State.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition

Let's Get Together. 
Former international soccer star David Beckham and Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber met with outgoing University of Miami president Donna Shalala regarding the possibility of the league and the school teaming up to sharing a proposed stadium near Marlins Park in Miami. The Hurricanes currently play their home games at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fl.

The elephant that's still in the room that people refuse to ignore. 
A Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to name a bridge in the Keystone State in honor the late Joe Paterno. Charles Thompson wonders if enough water has gone under the bridge since the Jerry Sandusky scandal that cost Paterno his job as head coach of the Nittany Lions. (PennLive.Com, HT: College Football Talk)

In Your Honor.
Former Kansas State All-Americans Michael Bishop, Jordy Nelson, Clarence Scott, and Darren Sproles will be have their names entered into the school's Ring of Honor. The ceremony will be held at the halftime of the Wildcats' season opening game hosting South Dakota on Sept. 5. (The San Antonio Express-News)

Saturday, May 23, 2015

The Fallout: Joey Bosa, North Carolina, Illinois and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday edition.

Blame It on the Bosa Nova. 
Ian Boyd profiles Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa. (SB*Nation)

Friday, May 22, 2015

Kenny Hill transfers to TCU.


Kenny Hill is transferring to TCU in the fall. The former Texas A&M starting quarterback made the announcement on Friday.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Two Southern Miss wide receivers arrested on multiple charges.

Two Southern Miss wide receivers, James Cox and Kyle Foster have been arrested on multiple charges following an incident at a residential complex on campus.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Video: Butch Jones freaks out over hearing "Sweet Home Alabama" during spring practice.

Tennessee has released a video allegedly recording an incident where Volunteers head coach Butch Jones became more than a little irate over hearing "Sweet Home Alabama" being heard during a spring practice session. The idea being that Jones is upset that a song with the word "Alabama" in its title shouldn't be being played on "Rocky Top."

The video has an "The Office" feel to it, so take that as you will.



SWEET HOME TENNESSEE from VFL FILMS on Vimeo.

I'm not saying the whole thing was staged, but I wouldn't bet against it, either.

For the record, "Sweet Home Alabama" is played during Crimson Tide home games at Bryant-Denny Stadium, so the connection to the Vols' cross-division rival is there.


(HT: @UGAfootballLive)