Saturday, June 7, 2014

The Fallout: Geno Smith, Sammi Coates, Jamerson Love, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday edition.

Prove It All Night.
Alabama safety Geno Smith, Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel, and Texas A&M wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones are included on Matt Smith's list of the "10 SEC Players with the Most to Prove." (Southern Pigskin)

The Love Connection.
Brad Crawford profiles Mississippi State cornerback Jamerson Love. (Saturday Down South)

Me and Terrance Magee.
Brad Crawford profiles LSU running back Terrence Magee. (Saturday Down South)

Double Trouble.
Auburn WR's Sammie Coates and D'haquille Williams top Jon Cooper's list of "Five dangerous SEC WR tandems." (Saturday Down South)

Tough Enough?
By the NCAA's calculations, Arkansas, Virginia, and Tennessee top the list of the toughest college football schedules of 2014. (al.com)

All the single ladies. 
Michigan holds its annual Michigan Women's Football Academy, which benefits the  Patient and Family Support Services Program in the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center. (College Spun)

The difficult we do immediately. The impossible takes a little longer.
D.J. Byrnes looks at the more difficult path college programs like Ohio State will have to take to the a title under the new College Football Playoff system. (Eleven Warriors)

If I die before I wake, feed Jake. 
Drew Roberts profiles Boise State tight end Jack Hardee. (One Bronco Nation Under God)

Shipley-shape. 
Drew Roberts profiles Boise State wide receiver Tanner Shipley. (One Bronco Nation Under God)

Life of Ryan.
Travis Miller profiles Purdue tight end Ryan Morris. (Hammer and Rails)

All My Sinz Remembered. 
Travis Miller profiles Purdue tight end Justin Sinz. (Hammer and Rails)

He's Just Not That Into You.
Nebraska safety Drake Martinez has left the Cornhusker football program. Martinez was the younger brother of former Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez. (Corn Nation)


Insanity


Milk Can Blues Boogie.
Sam Cooper names the Boise State - Fresno State rivalry Milk Can trophy "The worst trophy in college football." (Dr. Saturday)


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