Saturday, February 22, 2014

The Fallout: Steve Spurrier, Tom Bradley, Georgia, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday edition. 

What's in a name?
South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier dubs the NCAA proposed rule to slow down hurry up-no huddle offenses "The Saban Rule" in honor Alabama head coach and of rule supporter Nick Saban. (ESPN)

Mountaineers hire Bradley.
West Virginia names former Penn State defensive coordinator Tom Bradley as its new senior associate head coach. (ESPN)

Surgery for Braxton Miller.
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller had undergone arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder. Miller says that he shoulder had bothering hm since the Buckeye's 2014 Orange Bowl loss to Clemson. (ESPN)

Tyshon Dye injured.
Clemson running back Tyshon Dye will miss spring practice due to a torn Achilles tendon. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

Movin' On Up.
Georgia moves up a scheduled game against Georgia Southern from 2016 to 2015. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Trading Places.
Michigan strong-side linebacker Jake Ryan will switch position to middle LB in 2014 . (The Detroit Free Press)

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