Saturday, April 7, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout, more than enough Bobby Petrino talk, Mike Leach, and more.

Jessica Dorrell. Just because.

Petrino-palooza

Bobby Petrino could be fired soon.
Because Mark Wiedmer said so. Duh. (The Chattanooga Times-Free Press)

And the nominees are...
Pete Roussel gives his list of potential candidates for the head football coaching job at Arkansas if/when Bobby Petrino is fired/resigns. And yes,  Boise State. HC Chris Petersen is on the list. (CoachingSearch.com)

Do the Right Thing.
Petrino should just resign. Because Jimmie Tramel said so. (The Tulsa World)

Petrino-gate is not Arkansas' problem.
Because Pete Fiutak said so. Wrong, Pete. (FOX Sports)

This behavior's not unique. 
Pete Thamel takes a look at Bobby Petrino's history with character issues. (The New York Times)

Living in the Past.
Chadd Scott reprints his infamous "Razortrash" column on Petrino's departure from the Atlanta Falcons to coach Arkansas. (ChuckOliver.net)

Meanwhile, back in real world...


I'm so excited, and I just can't hide it. 
A look at Washington State, and it excitement surrounding new HC Mike Leach. (FOX Sports West)

Gator spring game. 
Florida plays its annual Blue and Orange Game today. (The Panama City News Herald)

Things Can Only Get Better.
Mississippi St. HC Dan Mullen is looking for improvements after the Bulldogs' first scrimmage of the spring. (GulfLive.com)

Banner day in Athens.
Georgia received three commitments for its 2013 class on Friday. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Fitz Toussaintis Michigan's no. 1 running back.
Because Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges said so. (The Detroit News)

All the 'Bama kids with the pumped-up kicks.
A look at Alabama's kickers, including 2011 BCS title game hero Jeremy Shelley. (The Montgomery Advertiser)

Road to recovery.
Auburn quarterback Clint Moseley will be ready for Saturday's scrimmage game after dealing with sore shoulder. (al.com)

Give Me Liberty.
The Memphis City Council approves the funding for a nine million dollar renovation plan of the Liberty Bowl stadium. (ChuckOliver.net)


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