Saturday, June 21, 2014

The Fallout: Daniel Rodriguez, Jeremy Pruittt, Ohio State, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday Edition.

Hero of the Day.
Greg Wallace profiles Clemson wide receiver Daniel Rodriguez, who served with the U.S. Army in Iraq and Afghanistan. He saw combat in the Battle of Kamdesh in Afghanistan in 2009. (Bleacher Report)

Get with The Program.
Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt describes the work the Georgia defense did with The Program, a group of former military personnel which recently put Bulldog Players through what's described as "a military-style camp." (The Athens Banner-Herald)

The Tracks of My Tears.
Kansas announces plans to remove the track surrounding the football field inside Memorial Stadium. (Dr. Saturday)

Are You Experienced?
Auburn and South Carolina are named by Jon Cooper as the SEC teams with the most experienced offense in 2014. (Saturday Down South)

If you can't beat them...
D.J. Byrnes suggests its time for Ohio State to quit the Big Ten and defect to the SEC. (Eleven Warriors)

Up and Adams.
Brad Crawford profiles Auburn defensive tackle Montravius Adams. (Saturday Down South)

Tyler the Creator. 
Jesse Baker profiles Boise State defensive lineman Tyler Horn. (One Bronco Nation Under God)

The Feast of Steven.
Jesse Baker profiles Boise St. offensive lineman Steven Baggett. (One Bronco Nation Under God)


Bear witness.
Michael Casagrande looks back at the infamous 1984 box office bomb The Bear, which starred Gary Busey as legendary former Alabama head coach Bear Bryant. The film has a cult following despite its critical drubbing and almost complete impossibility to find. (


To Hate Like This Is To Be Happy Forever.
Good Bull Hunting checks out Texas message boards to see how Longhorn fans are handling estranged in-state rival Texas A&M's recent streak of recruiting success. The answer: not too well.

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