Wednesday, January 14, 2015

The Fallout: Cardale Jones, Dak Prescot, Kevin Steele, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Wednesday edition. 

The offseason is here. With it comes players graduating or departing school and entering the 2015 NFL Draft, new coaching hires getting down to business, and recruiting, recruiting, recruiting.

On the downside, it means more free time for players, which sadly often leads to run-ins with the law.    Reddit CFB already has the Official Fulmer Cup Kickoff Thread up and running. Hopefully things will be relatively quiet when it comes to run-ins with the law this offseason, or at the least no incidents involving truly heinous felony charges.

Too many cooks. Too many cooks...
Chuck Culpepper (presumably no relation to Larry) takes a look at College Football Playoff champions Ohio State, and the dilemma it faces with what to do at quarterback with Braxton Miller, J.T. Barrett, and Cardale Jones all either set to battle it out for the starting job, or possibly transferring to other programs/entering the 2015 NFL Draft. (The Washington Post)

Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind?
Heather Dinch profiles Cardale Jones as he prepares to decide between staying at Ohio St., or entering the NFL Draft. (ESPN)

I'll Stick Around? 
ESPN's Joe Schad is reporting that Mississippi State starting QB Dak Prescot will remain at school for the 2015 season. An official announcement is reportedly scheduled to me made Wednesday afternoon. (

Steele Away.
LSU hires Alabama linebackers coach Kevin Steele away from the Crimson Tide to be its new offensive coordinator. (The New Orleans Times-Picayune)

What About Me?
John Talty looks at what kind of impact Steele's departure from Alabama could have on recruiting for the Crimson Tide. (

I've seen the future, and it will be. 
Mike Griffith provides five reasons as to why he believes Michigan State could end up being part of the College Football Playoff next season, none of which involve Ohio State falling off the map. (

Goodbye Says It All.
Utah quarterback Adam Schulz is transferring to Houston. (The Deseret News)

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