Friday, July 26, 2013

The Fallout: Kolton Houston, Jadevon Clowney, Johnny Manziel, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Friday edition.

Free at last! Free at last!
Georgia offensive lineman Kolton Houston has finally been reinstated by the NCAA. Houston had been declared ineligible to play due because of a substance taken injuring a shoulder in high school that he claims he didn't know was a steroid. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

I see nothing!
South Carolina clears defensive end Jadevon Clowney of any wrongdoing after charges of improper contact with rapper-turned-sports agent Jay-Z. (ESPN)

Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day.
The Gainesville Sun names Texas A&M Starting Quarterback Johnny Manziel the SEC's top player. 

Hot Seat? What Hot Seat?
USC head football coach Pat Hayden says that the Trojans' head football coach Lane Kiffin "is not" on the Hot Seat. (CBS Sports)

The Petersen Principle. 
Bruce Feldman interviews Boise State HC Chris Petersen. (CBS Sports)

Adam Gold names Georgia Tech HC Paul Johnson the top coach in the ACC.


The Downward Spiral.
Bruce Connelly ponders whether Iowa HC Kirk Ferentz can stop the downward spiral that the Hawkeyes' have been traveling down the past few seasons. (SB*Nation)

Look Back in Anger.
Rocky Top Talk names former Tennessee HC Derek Dooley's hire as one of the "Biggest Disasters in SEC History."

Open Mike Night. 
Rodger Sherman profiles defensive back Mike Eshun. (Sippin' On Purple)


Miller's Crossing. 
South Carolina high school defensive linebacker Christian Miller commits to Alabama's 2014 recruiting class. (


Faster, Pussycat. Kill! Kill!
Spencer Hall compares Minnesota HC Jerry Kill to a repairman who will eventually tell you your house needs to be totally demolished and rebuilt. (Every Day Should Be Saturday)

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