Friday, April 18, 2014

The Fallout: Nick Saban and Peyton Manning, Matt Joeckel, Steve Sarkasian, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Friday edition.

Hope y'all are having a blessed Good Friday.

Frog Week.
Former Texas A&M quarterback Matt Joeckel will transfer to TCU. He earned his degree from TAMU last December, meaning he's  eligible to play for the Horned Frogs next season. (Frogs O' War)

When Saban met Pey-Pey.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban discusses his meeting with Denver Broncos starting QB Peyton Manning last week. Yes, Pey-Pey was a QB for Tennessee. Deal with it, Knoxville. (ESPN)

The 40-Year Old Trojan.
Ivan Maisel profiles first-year USC head coach Steve Sarkasian, who turned 40 in March. (ESPN)

I've got to admit it's getting better. A little better all the time. (It can't get much worse). 
Florida head coach Will Muschamp tells s group of Gator boosters in Jacksonville that "We’re going to have a good football team next year." He'd better hope so, for his sake. (Saturday Down South)

Retirement Sucks. 
Former Monday Night Football analyst and Pro Football Hall of Famer Dan Dierdorf is coming out of retirement to handle play-by-play for Michigan's radio broadcasts. Dierdorf was a member of Michigan's Big Ten championship team in 1969. (The Detroit Free Press)

It Wasn't Me.
Former Florida Atlantic head coach Carl Pelini continues to deny the use of illegal drugs while at FAU.  The school gave drug use as the reason it fired Pelini last November. (CBS Sports)

Lights Out?
Black Heart Gold Pants discusses the lack of night games currently on Iowa's 2014 schedule. BHGP does have a little optimism that the Hawkeyes still might be scheduled for a night game, though.

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