Saturday, July 21, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Miami being Miami, Tyler Bray's footwork, recruiting, and more.

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

This behavior's not unique. 
Miami is in hot water again as Charles Robinson reports members of Hurricane head football coach Al Golden's coaching staff used an associate of former booster Nevin Shapiro to get by NCAA recruiting rules. Shapiro is in jail for running a Ponzi scheme. (Yahoo! Sports)

The Elimination Chamber.
Tennessee star quarterback Tyler Bray talks about trying to eliminate "lazy" footwork on the field that may have led to the Vols' lackluster 2011 season. (ESPN)

Nick Saban does not have too much power at Alabama.
Because Nick Saban said so. (The Birmingham News)

How Lowery can you go?
Marc Morehouse profiles Iowa cornerback B.J. Lowery. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)

Risky Business? 
Georgia has been hurt by "risky recruitting." Because Mark Schultz said so. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)


Northwestern player profile of the day.
Rodger Sherman profiles Northwestern linebacker Chi Chi Ariguzo. (Sippin' on Purple)

Kharyee on Wayward Son.
Drew Roberts profiles Boise State defensive end Kharyee Marshall. (One Bronco Nation Under God)

Recruiting


Surly you Josh.
North Carolina high school rising senior tight end Josh McNeil commits to Alabama's 2013 recruiting class. (al.com)

Flipping  ain't easy. 
Georgia HSRS offensive guard Andy Dodd reportedly has flipped his class of 2013 commitment from Alabama to LSU. (al.com)

Aloha! 
Hawaii HSRS linebacker Colton Goeas commits to Tennessee's 2013 recruiting class. (Rocky Top Talk)