Sunday, May 6, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: David Cutcliffe and the Manning brothers, Tommy Reis, Bill O'Brien, and more.

Back Where You Belong? 
Possible changes in the BCS could lead to Boise State remaining in/returning to the Mountain West Conference. (The Reno Gazette-Journal)

The Neverending Story. 
Duke head football coach David Cutcliffe continues to mentor both Peyton Manning (who played under Cutcliffe when the latter was quarterback coach at Tennessee) and Eli Manning (who was QB when Cutcliffe was head football coach at Ole Miss). Judging from the reactions to Eli's performance on Saturday Night Live, Cutcliffe obviously gave Peyton better advice when it came to acting. (FOX Sports Carolinas)


It's Complicated. 
The recent arrest of Notre Dame QB Tommy Reis on charges of assaulting a police officer makes the Fighting Irish's future at the QB position a little more murkier. (The Chicago Tribune)

Let's bring it back.
Penn State HC Bill O'Brien wants to bring back the Penn St.-Pitt rivalry as an annual event. (CBS Sports)

Vanderbilt's gold rush. 
Vanderbilt's success on the field last season has resulted in season ticket sales for the Commodores' 2012 home schedule surpassing those of the 2011 season. (ChuckOliver.Net)

For Those About To Rock, We Salute You.
Roll 'Bama Roll presents "The SEC as '80's Metal Bands." Most of the choices are acceptable, but RBR screws up with comparing Georgia to Poison. UGA is more like Cinderella, since when comparing its record to the quality of players who went on to be more successful in the NFL, the Dawgs truly are a case of "Don't Know What You've Got 'Till It's Gone." (Roll 'Bama Roll)

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