Sunday, June 9, 2013

The Fallout: Johnny Manziel, Art Briles, lots of recruiting news, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout Sunday edition. 

Obligatory Johnny Manziel story of the day.
Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel will be successful in the NFL. Because former Aggie and current Denver Bronco outside linebacker Von Miller said so. (The Dallas Morning News)

The Art of Talk.
Spencer Hall interviews Baylor head football coach Art Briles. (SB*Nation)

Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?
Michigan State junior punter Mike Sadler has a chance to either go to the NFL after his senior season, or become a Rhodes Scholar. (The Detroit Free Press)

Open Mike Night.
Rodger Sherman profiles Northwestern wider receiver Mike McHugh. (Sippin' On Purple)

Life of Ryan.
Hammer and Rails profiles Purdue tight end Ryan Morris. 

All the single ladies. 
Eleven Warriors goes to the Ohio State Women's Football Clinic.

The Keys to the Kingdom.
One Bronco Nation Under God profiles Boise State WR Kendal Keys.

Here Comes the Sun.
The Crystal Ball Run staff give their predictions  on which Sun Belt team will win the conference's championship this season. Well, somebody had to do it.


Double your pleasure, double your fun.
Georgia received a pair of commitments for the 2014 season from Florida high school rising senior wide receiver Gilbert Johnson, and Georgia HS rising senior offensive lineman Jake Edwards. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Step Up. 
Florida HS rising senior cornerback Step Durham commits to Georgia Tech's 2014 recruiting class. (From the Rumble Seat)

Gator recruiting news. 
Florida HS rising senior J.C. Jackson commits to Florida's 2014 recruiting class. (Alligator Army)

Canada, by way of California.
California HS rising senior running back Squally Canada commits to Boise State's 2014 recruiting class. (OBNUG)

Texas HS rising senior TE Koda Martin commits to Texas A&M's 2014 recruiting class. (Good Bull Hunting)


Television Without Pity.
Black Heart Gold Pants looks at the schedule for the forthcoming Hawkeye Network. At this point, you should have figured out by now why this is filed under "Insanity."

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