Monday, March 2, 2015

The Fallout: Mike Riley, Urban Meyer and Jim Harbaugh, Connor Cook, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Monday edition. 

The life of Riley.
Tom Shatel profiles first-year Nebraska head coach Mike Riley. (The Omaha World-Herald)

I've got a little list, I've got a little list. In fact I've got two!
Off Tackle Empire has two separate lists ranking veterans and relatively new Big Ten coaches and coaching hires. Needless to say, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer comes out on top of the veteran coaches list, with newly-hired Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh coming on top of the newbie's list.

Kitchen is the Cook, whoa, ey, oh. 
Michigan State starting quarterback admits he'll be missing departing Spartan wide receiver teammates  Tony Lippett and Keith Mumphrey, but praises other players who are stepping up to fill their leadership roles on the team. (mLive.com)

I love my Ducks? 
Kevin McGuire wonders if Oregon is "a likable team." (NBC College Football Talk)

The Storylines in Your Eyes. 
Tommy Birch takes a look at the storylines for Iowa State as it prepares for spring football practice. (The Des Moines Register)

Steve Spurrier has joined Twitter.



It looks as though the wishes of the college football bloggersphere have finally been answered. South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier has  joined Twitter.

Oregon and Hawaii agree to three-game series.

Oregon and Hawaii have agreed to a three game series for the the 2020, 2023, and 2024 college football seasons.

The Rainbow Warriors will travel to Autzen Stadium in 2020 and 2024, with the Ducks playing traveling to Honolulu in 2023.

Hawaii has been fertile recruiting ground for Oregon in recent years, with the most obvious success story being 2014 Heisman Trophy-winning starting quarterback Marcus Mariotta.

(via CBS Sports)

Sunday, March 1, 2015

A sneak-peek at Stanford's 2015 uniforms.


Stanford assistant media relations director Alan George tweeted out some images of what Uncle Phil's Misguided Children have come up with for the Cardinal's 2015 college football season. It looks like we can expect to see the ubiquitous black alternate helmet and jersey combo along with the traditional white and cardinal jerseys.


Saturday, February 28, 2015

The Fallout: John Chavis, Cam White, Rutgers, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday edition.

Chavis Revine.
Good Bull Hunting tries to breakdown the lawsuit brought by Texas A&M defense coordinator John Chavis against both former employer LSU and current employer Texas A&M over the buyout agreement in his contract with the former.

Warning signs?
Barrett Sallee looks at whether the recent recruiting sanctions handed down to LSU from the NCAA are indicative of a greater issues with the football program related to financial aid agreements, or whether it could be come a concern for other schools as well. (Bleacher Report)

White out. 
TCU wide receiver Cam White announces he will to transfer to Rutgers next season. He'll be eligible to play in 2015 as this will be a graduate transfer. (College Football Talk)

Questioning authority.
On the Banks ponders whether Rutgers president Robert Barchi understands the "significance of D1 athletics at a major research university in the Big Ten." This comes amidst criticism that Barchi is not adequately investing in the upgrading of the athletic program's facilities following its joining the Big Ten last season.

There can be only one. 
Brett Weisband looks at the competition for Auburn's starting running back in 2015. (Saturday Down South)