Sunday, May 20, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Dana Hologorsen, Mike Leach, and more.

Hart to Hart. 
Mike Strange talks to Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart about the current state of the Volunteers football program, SEC expansion, and other issues. Hart also talks about how as AD at East Carolina he  tried to hire the Vols' then-offensive coordinator Phil Fulmer to become the Pirates head football coach. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)

Turn the Paige. 
Florida high school junior lineman Darius page commits to Alabama's 2013 recruiting class. (al.com)

I'll Stick Around. 
Arkansas AD Jeff Long says he is "not interested in leaving the University of Arkansas" following reports that Stanford was interested in Long filling the school's vacant AD position. (College Football Talk)

Walk on the Wild Side.
Lake the Posts talks with former Northwestern safety Matt Stewart about his new book, The Walk-On, which tells of his experiences of walking on to the Wildcats roster, and playing for the 1995 team that won the Big Ten championship and went to the Rose Bowl. (Lake the Posts)

Go West. 
West Virginia head football coach Dana Holgorsen talks about the Mountaineers' move to the Big 12, the fly-sweep play he used in the 2012 Orange Bowl romp over Clemson, and the fact that he didn't really enjoy fishing with former WVU men's basketball HC Bob Huggins and a group of boosters. That may or may have not been a smart thing for Holgorsen to admit there. (Dr. Saturday)

Washington St. HC Mike Leach shoots 350 lb. bear.
Be afraid Cal and UCLA. Be very afraid. (SB*Nation Seattle)




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