Sunday, March 2, 2014

The Fallout: Nick Saban, Bo Pelini, Mark Dantonio, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition.

I didn't do it! Nobody saw me do it! You can't prove anything!
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban denies having anything to do with the NCAA's 10-second rule proposal to slow down hurry-up no huddle offenses. (al.com)

Gimmie Some Money.
Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini gets a $100,000 pay raise, bumping his annual salary up to $3.075 million. The raise is the result of a clause in his contract extension that was signed in 2012. Nebraska was 9-4 last season under Pelini, who irked fans due last season because of the team's underperformance and the discovery of a profanity-laden audio tape featuring Pelini going after fans and critics alike.  (AP/Yahoo!Sports)

Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes?
Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio looks for Spartan players who will step up and take over leadership roles left open by the departure of senors such as middle linebacker Max Bullough and cornerback Darqueze Dennard. (The Detroit Free Press)

He's Just Not That Into You.
Illinois defensive end Houston Bates will transfer to another program for his senior season. (The Champaign Room)

Why Can't I Be You?
Frogs O' War suggests that TCU use Ole Miss' success in recruiting under head football coach Hugh Freeze as a model for the Horned Frogs recruiting strategy.

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