Sunday, December 22, 2013

The Fallout: Jadeveon Clowney, Mark Dantonio, bowl games, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition.

Bowl Games

Ram Tough. 
Colorado State accomplishes a last-minute come-from-behind 48-45 win over Washington State in the New Mexico Bowl.  (AP/ESPN)

Coaches Behaving Badly.
Colorado St. defensive line Greg Lupfer coach allegedly called Washington State allegedly shouted an anti-gay slur at Washington St. starting quarterback Connor Halliday. Insert Phil Robertson joke here.  (Deadspin)

Viva Las Vegas.
USC pounds Fresno State 45-20 in the Las Vegas Bowl. (AP/ESPN)

Walking to New Orleans.
Louisiana-Lafayette defeats Tulane 24-21 in the New Orleans Bowl. (AP/ESPN)

One potato, two potato.
San Diego State defeats Buffalo in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. (AP/ESPN)

Pirates vs. Bobcats.
Kevin Causey previews the Beef O'Brady's Bowl matchup between East Carolina and Ohio. Wait, there are still Beef O'Brady's around? (The Crystal Ball Run)

Beavers vs. Broncos.
Causey also previews the Christmas Eve Hawaii Bowl matchup between Oregon State and Boise State. (The Crystal Ball Run)

In other news...

Where Did It All Go Wrong?
Barrett Sallee explored why South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney's 2013 season was such a disappointment.  (Bleacher Report)

Michigan State of Mind.
Joe Rexrode profiles Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio. (The Detroit Free Press)

No good game goes unfined. 
Auburn is fined $5000 by the SEC for violating conference rules regarding letting unauthorized persons on the field for the fan rush following the Tigers' upset win over Alabama in the Iron Bowl. (

No chicken sandwich for you.
Duke running back Jela Duncan has been suspended for both the Chick-fil-A Bowl and the 2014 college football season for academic reasons. Duncan was the Blue Devils' leading rusher this season. (The Durham Herald-Sun)

Please Come To Boston.
Notre Dame will and Boston College will play at Fenway Park in Boston in 2014. (ESPN)

I Secondary That Emotion.
Georgia head coach Mark Richt admits the Bulldogs' secondary needs some improvement. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

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