Sunday, April 13, 2014

The Fallout: Braxton Miller, Jimbo Fisher, Grant Hill, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition. 

Miller and Bell sit out Ohio St. spring game. 
Ohio State starting quarterback Braxton Miller, and safety Vonn Bell are among the players who sat out of the Buckeyes' spring game while recovering from injuries. (AP/ESPN)

The Fisher King.
Ivan Maisel profiles Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher. (ESPN)

Turf War.
Notre Dame will switch from a natural grass playing surface to the artificial Field Turf in 2014. (One Foot Down)

Running Up That Hill. 
Andrew Gribble profiles versatile Alabama offensive lineman Grant Hill.(

Hutson Hawk.
Barrett Sallee profiles Georgia starting QB Hutson Mason following the Dawgs' G-Day spring game. (Bleacher Report)

G-Day, mate.
Mark Weiszer shares his thoughts about Georgia's G-Day spring game. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Alosi suspended.
Penn State head coach James Franklin says offensive lineman Anthony Alosi has been suspended indefinitely. Alosi faces charges related to a Jan. 21 altercation, which were filed on Mar. 21. (The Centre Daily Times)

The Missiles of October.
Lee Barfknecht looks ahead to Rutgers' first October as a member of the Big Ten, where it has to face Michigan (Oct. 4), Ohio St. (Oct. 18), and Nebraska (Oct. 25), followed by Wisconsin on Nov. 1. (The Omaha World-Herald)


Clemson recruiting update.
Florida junior high school offensive tackle Jake Fruhmorgen commits to Clemson's 2015 recruiting class. (Shakin' the Southland)

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