Sunday, September 21, 2014

The Fallout: Blake Sims, Lane Kiffin and Blake Sims, Nick Saban and Blake Sims, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Week 4 edition.

Y'all should be lucky that I resisted the urge to channeling Monty Python's "Spam Song" with three Blake Sims-related links today.

The Outsiders.
Kevin Scarbinsky discusses how Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin and starting quarterback Blake Sims have silenced their critics following Alabama's 42-21 win over Florida. Sims threw for 445 yds., with four touchdowns in the win over the Gators. (

The past is prologue.
Lars Anderson looks back at Alabama head coach Nick Saban's high school quarterbacking days as he looks at Sims breakout performance against Florida on Saturday. (

Record Breaker.
Christopher Walsh recounts Blake Sims' record breaking performance as he became the Alabama QB with the most single-game passing yards in a game at Bryant-Denny Stadium. (Saturday Down South)

It's gettin' hot in here. 
Michigan's second loss of the season against Utah results in a possible quarterback controversy between Devin Gardner and Shane Morris, and more heat on Wolverine head coach Brady Hoke. (The Detroit Free Press)

A Taste of Hunnicutt.
Oklahoma kicker Michael Hunnicutt becomes the all-time leading scorer in school history as the Sooners beat West Virginia 45-33. (The Norman Transcript)

A Night to Remember.
Tom Shatel looks at Nebraska's 41-31 win over Miami, which was charged with emotional energy from the legendary history between the two programs. (The Omaha World-Herald)

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