Saturday, March 29, 2014

The Fallout: Kenny Hill suspended, A.J. McCarron and Katherine Webb's engagement, Georgia, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday edition.

Hill suspended after arrest.
Texas A&M suspends quarterback Kenny Hill after his arrest for public intoxication. This is probably not the best way to earn the right to succeed Johnny Manziel as the Aggies' starting QB. Then again... ( ESPN)

Everybody Else Is Suspending Their Players, So Why Can't We? 
Georgia Tech one-ups Texas A&M by suspending running back Dennis Andrews and wide receiver Anthony Autry for the first two games of the 2014 season. The two were suspended for the ever-vague " violating the school's conduct policy." (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

Good news travels fast.
Teammates of former Alabama starting QB A.J. McCarron share their congratulations on McCarron's engagement to Katherine Webb online. (

All the Rage.
Cassie Fambro looks at reaction on Twitter to McCarron and Webb's engagement. (

Back in the High Life.
Erin Sorensen looks at how Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini has gotten back into the good graces of Cornhusker fans following a tumultuous 2013 season. Pelini's recent warming to social media seems to be helping in that area. (Bleacher Report)

Trying hard to be number two.
Mark Weiszer looks at the competition between Georgia QB's Faton Bauta and Brice Ramsey to become the back-up to starting QB Hutson Mason. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

O Captain! My Captain!
Jeff Beck looks at which Ohio State players may be the front runners to be team captains in 2014. (Eleven Warriors)

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