Sunday, December 9, 2012

The Fallout: Johnny Manziel's Heisman win, Chris Petersen rumors, Fitz Toussaint injury update, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout


What a long, strange trip it's been.
Ivan Maisel looks at the long, strange, trip of Texas A&M starting quarterback from shirtless police mugshot in the preseason to near-mythical on-the-field status during the season to 2012 Heisman Trophy winner. (ESPN)

Johnny Media Blitz.
Darren Rovell looks at the Texas A&M media campaign congratulating Manziel for his Heisman Trophy win. (ESPN)

I've seen the future, and it will be. 
Robert Cessna looks at Texas A&M's future in the wake of Manziel's Heisman win. (The Bryan-College Station Eagle)

That Don't Impress Me Much.
Deadspin's reaction to Manziel's Heisman win: "Meh."

The 11th Hour.
Navy wins it's 11th Army-Navy Game in a row as the Midshipmen beat Army 17-13. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

The umpteenth Chris Petersen to (insert college here) rumor of the day. 
Luke Zimmermann reacts to rumors of Boise State head football coach Chris Petersen possibly interviewing to the vacant Wisconsin HC job. (Land-Grant Holy Land)

Up in the Air.
Michigan tailback Fitz Toussaint's status for the 2013 Outback Bowl is uncertain as he continues to recover from surgery to fix a leg injury suffered in the Wolverines' win over Iowa. (The Detroit Free Press)

The Talk of the Town.
Steven Harris gets Knoxville reaction to Tennessee's hire of new HC Butch Jones. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)

Please adjust your schedule. 
Alabama adds Colorado State to its 2013 college football schedule. (al.com)

Practice makes perfect.
Bruins Nation looks at UCLA's practice schedule while preparing to face Baylor in the 2012 Holiday Bowl. 

Going International?
Mississippi State co-defensive coordinator Geoff Collins is reportedly a candidate for the vacant Florida International HC position. (For Whom the Cowbell Tolls)

In other assistant coaches on the move news...
Clemson co-defensive coordinator Charlie Harbison is reported to be joining new Auburn HC Guz Malzahn's coaching staff. (al.com)