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. (al.com)

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. (al.com)

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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