Sunday, August 5, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Georgia, Alabama, Ohio St., and more.

Coming Distractions.
Edward Aschoff explains how continuing off-the-field situations like Isiah Crowell's dismissal following a weapons-related arrest continue to be as distraction as Georgia gets ready for the start of the 2012 season. (ESPN)

There's a possibility, but no chance.
The "odds are stacked against Alabama repeating as national champion." Because Joe Solomon said so. (The Birmingham News)

Running Up That Hill.
Mark Snyder looks at Michigan's running game for 2012. (The Detroit Free Press)

Hope to Carry On.
Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde hopes that he has more chances to carry the ball under first-year Buckeye head football coach Urban Meyer. (The Columbus Dispatch)


Leaner and meaner? 
Dick Harmon explains how the implementation of a new nutrition program at BYU has resulted in a leaner and more athletic offensive line. (The Deseret News)

Country roads, take me home. 
Mike Huguenin previews West Virginia's 2012 team. (Yahoo! Sports)

Our Deayon Will Come.
Drew Roberts profiles Boise State cornerback Donte Deayon. (One Bronco Nation Under God)