Sunday, April 22, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: An Urban Meyer user's guide, Tyler Bray, Kirk Cousins, and more.,

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

Urban Meyer for Dummies.
Florida blog Bourbon Meyer gives a more positive take on what Ohio State supporters can expect from the Buckeyes' new head football coach that what was reported in The Sporting News. (Bourbon Meyer)

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
A crowd of 81,112 Ohio State supporters got a chance for themselves to see Meyer in action with the Buckeyes' Scarlet-White spring game, and saw a team that still has a long way to go before the 2012 season begins. (The Canton Repository via The Massillion Independent)

And I'm done, done and I'm on to the next one.
Former Michigan State players such as senior quarterback Kirk Cousins prepare to go to the next level while getting ready for the 2012 NFL Draft. (The Lansing State Journal)

The Loran Smith memorial obvious headline of the day.
 The headline for Lenn Robbins story in the New York Post on Penn State HC Bill O'Brien read "O’Brien has big seat to fill at PSU." Duh. (The New York Post)

Speaking of Loran, whatchagot?
The former sideline reporter for The Georgia Bulldog Radio Network and foil of the late Larry Munson honors Bulldog halfback/QB and NFL Hall of Fame Member Charley Trippi. (The Dalton Daily Citizen)

Under Pressure. 
Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson is under more pressure to to provide leadership for the Razorbacks in the wake of the firing of former HC Bobby Petrino. (FOX Sports)

Is That All There Is?
Mark Wiedmer wonders if improved skills and maturity from Tennessee star QB will be good enough to get the Vols over the hump in 2012. (The Chattanooga Times-Free Press)

Is this a good thing or a bad thing?
Attendance at Tennessee's Orange and White Game was 35,421, which is described as being "(a) a tribute to Vols loyalty, (b) an indictment on entertainment options throughout the rest of Knoxville on Saturday or (c) both." (The Chattanooga Times-Free Press)

Born Under a Bad Sign?
The scoreboard after the Tennessee Orange and White Spring game read "TENN 14 NCSU 17." That's doesn't bode well for Vols' head football coach Derek Dooley now, does it? (The Tennessean)




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