Sunday, August 24, 2014

The Fallout, D.J. Shockley and Hutson Mason, Brandon Harris and Harry Jennings, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition.

Photo via cleveland.com.


A Shockley to the System.
Mark Weiszer looks at how former Georgia starting quarterback DJ. Shockley is mentoring current Bulldog starting QB Hutson Mason. Shockley is the most recent QB to lead the Dawgs to an SEC title in 2005. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Two-headed Tiger? 
Ross Dellenger looks at the possibility that LSU quarterbacks Brandon Harris and Harry Jennings could end up playing in a two-WB system in 2014. It wouldn't be the first time LSU has used two QB's in this manner. In fact, it's been done in 25 of the Tigers' past 50 seasons. (The Baton Rouge Advocate)

We're all in this together. 
Doug Lesmerises looks at how the Big Ten's chances of landing a team in the inaugural College Football Playoff will have to rely on how well member schools do with their non-conference games in 2014. (cleveland.com

Lawrence of East Lansing.
Joe Rexrode profiles Michigan State defensive lineman Lawrence Thomas. (The Detroit Free-Press)

Take Me Home, Williams-Rhodes.
B.J. Rains profiles Boise State wide receiver Shane Williams-Rhodes. (The Idaho Press-Tribune)

Riding With Derrick Malone.
Ryan Thorburn profiiles Oregon inside linebacker Derrick Malone. (The Eugene Register-Guard)

Just the facts.
Good Bull Hunting provides a pre-preview of Thursday's first ever meeting between SEC cross-division rivals Texas A&M and South Carolina. Insert the ridiculousness of two teams that have never met before being rivals here. This will do you until GBH drop the inaugural TAILGATE of the season.

I'm special. So special. I've got to have some of your attention. Give it to me.
Mark Seymour looks at Baylor's depth at special teams. (Our Daily Bears)

Where Did It All Go Wrong?
Jake Trotter looks at the underperformance of the Big 12's most recent members, TCU and West Virginia. (ESPN)


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