Sunday, August 12, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Tyrann Mathieu fallout, Urban Meyer's offense, Steve Spurrier, and more.

Damage assessment. 
An And the Valley Shook round table looks at the impact at LSU on the expulsion from the program of cornerback Tyrann Matuieu.

What the Honey Badger's dismissal means for Georgia.
Not much, considering LSU isn't on UGA's schedule this season. (Dawg Sports)

Urban renewal. 

Rob Oller looks at the Ohio State offense under first-year head football coach Urban Meyer. (The Columbus Dispatch)

Steve Spurrier quote of the day.

South Carolina HC Steve Spurrier wants Tennessee to "beat Georgia and a whole bunch of people." Everybody except South Carolina, that is. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)

Dennis Dodd profiles first-year Arkon head football coach Terry Bowden. (CBS Sports)

Goodbye Says It All. 
Nebraska offensive lineman Tyler Moore has left the program, according to Husker HC Bo Pelini.  (The Detroit Free Press)

The race is on. 
Paola Bolvin looks at the competition for the Arizona State starting quarterback job. (The Arizona Republic)

A Sort of Homecoming. 
Arizona State will spend five days at traditional fall camp site Camp Tontozono for the first time since 2005. (The Arizona Republic)

The Mighty Quinn. 
Phillip Rossman-Reich profiles Northwestern cornerback Quinn Evans. (Lake the Posts)

Resistance is futile. Prepare to be assimilated.
Drew Roberts profiles Boise State cornerback Josh Borgman. (One Bronco Nation Under God)


Penn State recruiting news. 
Washington D.C. high school senior defensive back Jordan Smith commits to Penn State's 2013 recruiting class. He's the first new member since the NCAA banhammered the program. (ESPN)