Sunday, July 13, 2014

The Fallout: A.J. McCarron and Katherine Webb, Nick Marshall, Penn State, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday 7.13.14 edition.

 Going to the Chapel of Love.
Congratulations to former Alabama/current Cincinnati Bengal quarterback A.J. McCarron, who married his fiance Katherine Webb on Saturday. (

Marshall Law.

Pat Dooley profiles Auburn starting quarterback Nick Marshall. I suppose Dooley was unavailable to update the profile to mention the citation for marijuana possession Marshall got on Friday. (The Gainesville Sun)

Hunting High and Low.
Mike Herndon looks at how Alabama and Auburn are recruiting beyond the confines of both the state of Alabama and the Deep South, and into other parts of the U.S. (

Send lawyers, guns, and money.
Sports Illustrated is being sued for libel by an individual named John Talley over claims made in the magazine's infamous multi-part "exposé on Oklahoma State's football program. (College Football Talk)

I've seen the future, and it will be.
Kyle Rowland previews Penn State's 2014 season, from an Ohio State blogger's point of view.  (Eleven Warriors)

Stop Your Stopping.
Corn Nation rebukes critics of how recruiting has been handled Nebraska under head coach Bo Pelini. 

Vitale Signs.
Lake the Posts profiles Northwestern "superback" Dan Vitale. Yes, that's what the Wildcats are calling his position.

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