Friday, March 28, 2014

The Fallout: Maliz Zaire, Randy Edsall, Watts Dantzler, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Friday edition.

It's Gonna Be Me.
Notre Dame quarterback Malik Zaire is confident that he will be able to beat out Everett Golson in the race to become the starting QB for the Fighting Irish in 2012. (AP/ESPN)

Slow down, you move too fast. 
Maryland head coach Randy Edsall wants to put the brakes on college recruiting by barring coaches from verbally offering scholarships to recruits until Sept. 1 of their senior year. (ESPN)

He said "Captain." I said "Watts?" He said "Captain." I said "Watts you want?"
Mark Weiszer profiles Georgia offensive lineman and Twitter legend Watts Dantzler, who is trying to earn a starting position in he senior season in Athens. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

And here's to you, Mr. Robensen.
Joel A. Erickson profiles Auburn defensive back Robenson Therezie. (al.com)

Thanks, but no thanks.
Old Dominion rejects a $13 million dollar offer to play Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium in 2015. Yes. The school, which joins the FBS this season as part of Conference USA, says it didn't want to have to rearrange an already filled 2015 out of conference schedule to face the Crimson Tide. (al.com)

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