Monday, May 28, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Nick Saban, FSU, Tyler Bray's summer plans, and how the SEC changed college football forever.

The Curious Case of Nick Saban.
Mike Herndon comments on how while Alabama head football coach Nick Saban is seen as the best college football coach in the country, not many of his former assistant coaches have managed to be even remotely as successful as Saban has. (The Mobile Press-Register)

Tyler Bray's summer plans. 
Tennessee star quarterback Tyler Bray will reportedly be taking part in the annual Manning Passing Academy in Thibodaux, La. as an instructor. He'll also be getting some mentoring from Peyton and Eli Manning as well. (The Chattanooga Times-Free Press)

Denial is not a river in Egypt.
Leaving the ACC for the Big 12 will not solve Florida State's issues with underachievement on the football field. Because Justin Barney said so. (The Florida Times-Union)



Please come to Boston for the springtime. 
Boston College head football coach Frank Spaziani spoke to SiriusXM College Football Playbook about the recently completed Eagles' spring practice. (BC Interruption)

There's a possibility, but no chance. 
Utah's membership in the Pac-12 has come just in time for the Utes to have a solid shot at a place in a potential playoff system. Because Steve Kragthorpe said so. (The Salt Lake Tribune)

The Hand that Rocks the Cradle.
Glenn Guilbeau looks back at how the SEC changed the course of college football history when it announced plans to expand to twelve teams and split into two divisions in 1991. (The Shreveport Times)




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