Saturday, June 30, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Isaiah Crowell fallout, Jackson Jefffcoat and Alex Okafor, Nick Saban, and more.

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

It's just a flesh wound.
Georgia's dismissal of Isaiah Cromwell following the tailback's arrest on gun-related charges Friday shouldn't hurt the Bulldogs' chances of winning the SEC East. Because Bruce Feldman said so. (CBS Sports)

This behavior's not unique. 
Chris White explains that Crowell isn't the only problem that Georgia has had with tailbacks behaving badly. (The Athens Banner-Herald)


The elephant that's still in the room.
More Jerry Sandusky fallout at Penn State. (ESPN)

Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end.
It's the last day for Texas A&M in the Big 12 as it gets ready to officially join the SEC on Sunday. (AP via al.com)

Missouri Waltzing out of the Big 12.
It's Missouri's last day in the Big 12 as well, as it's also SEC bound. (AP via al.com)

Texas Two-Step.
Mike Huguenin names Texas defensive ends Jackson Jeffcoat and Alex Okafor as the country's best defensive tandem. (Yahoo! Sports)

Let's just pretend I used the obvious Dan Patrick reference here and move on.
The new college football playoff system won't keep Alabama head football coach from leading the Crimson Tide to a college football title. Because Kevin Scarbinsky said so. (The Birmingham News)


Tide rolling in to Hoover.
Alabama will send center Barrett Jones, defensive end Damion Square, and tight end Michael William to represent the Crimson Tide at SEC Media Days in Hoover, Al. on July 19. (al.com)

I'm special, so special.
Will Shelton looks at Tennessee's special teams. (Rocky Top Talk)

Stump the Schwab.
Arizona State offensive line coach Bob Connelly believes that Sun Devil offensive lineman Brice Schwab has the potential to be an All-Pac-12 player.  (The Arizona Republic)

The McEvily That Men Do.
Roger Sherman profiles Northwestern defensive tackle Sean McEvily, who is two shakes of a rats tail from being a Harry Potter character. (Sippin' On Purple)


Purdue-due-due, Pur-da-da-da.
Hammer and Rails profiles Purdue offensive tackle Kevin Pamphile. (Hammer and Rails)

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