Saturday, March 17, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Brady Hoke, Denard Robinson, the ghost of Ernest P. Worrell, and more.

 (Welcome to the Fallout is the SWRT off-season weekend wrap-up of college football related news.)


Putting his big boy pants on.
Michigan head football coach and shorts aficionado Brady Hoke reportedly wore slacks while speaking to the press before the start of spring drills. (The Detroit Free Press)

Denard Robinson will be an NFL quarterback.
Because Denard Robinson said so. (NBS Sports)

Eyes on the Prize.
Alabama is looking to make North Carolina high school junior QB Connor Mitch a part of  its 2013 recruiting class. (al.com)

Throw the bums out!
Former Penn State and NFL Football legend Franco Harris thinks the Penn State board of Trustees should be removed for handling of the late Joe Paterno's firing during the Sandusky scandal. (Rivals.com)

Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Georgia fans shouldn't be counting the Bulldogs' chances to make a run for the 2012 BCS title before it hatches. (Leather Helmet Blog)

Prime Time Live.
NBC will show Miami-Notre Dame game at Soldier's Field in Chicago on October 6 in prime time at 7:30 EDT. (CBS Sports)

The Right Profile.
West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck explains the Mountaineers' move to the Big 12 as "sustaining" the school's national profile. (The Charleston Daily Mail)


Hey Vern, It's Steve Spurrier!
What happens when you polymorph The Old Ball Coach with Jim Varney? An inspired reinterpretation of the Spurrier era at South Carolina, Orson Swindle style. (EDSBS)



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