Sunday, June 30, 2013

The Fallout: Aaron Murray, lots of recruiting and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition.

Vanderbilt boots four players. 
Four unnamed members of the Vanderbilt football team have been dismissed from the team and have been suspended from school in connection with a Nashville police investigation of an alleged sex crime incident. (ESPN)

The Final Countdown.
Anthony Richards looks at Aaron Murray in his final season as quarterback for Georgia. (Southern Pigskin)

It's Now or Never?
The much-ballyhooed but still struggling Texas-centric Longhorn Network enters its third year of existence. Wescott Eberts tries to explain why the network still is unavailable to most Longhorn fans nationwide. (Burnt Orange Nation)

Read my lips: No new cupcakes! 
Kevin Scarbinsky says SEC commissioner  Mike Slive should require conference football programs to submit the scheduling of non-conference opponents for approval. (

Park Place.
Rodger Sherman profiles Northwestern offensive lineman Ian Park. (Sippin' on Purple)


Cardinal recruiting news.
California high school rising senior QB Keller Chryst commits to Stanford's 2014 recruiting class. Chryst is considered to be the top pocket-passer QB in the nation. (ESPN)

Crossing Jordan.
Alabama HSRS QBMatthew Jordan commits to Georgia Tech's 2014 recruiting class. (

Cody Wants a Pony.
Arkansas HSRS punter Cody McGehee commits to Purdue's 2014 recruiting class. (Hammer and Rails)

Battle Stations!
Florida HSRS defensive back John Battle commits to LSU's 2014 recruiting class. (And the Valley Shook)

App Pupil. 
Georgia has an app aimed at recruits and their families. Save this information for a future NCAA rules violation. (ESPN)


How to dress like an Aggie.
Good Bull Hunting looks at appropriate attire for male Texas A&M fans attending games at Kyle Field. Hint: Scooby-Doo costumes are probably out of the question.

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