Tuesday, January 27, 2015

The Fallout: Tim Tebow, Jeff Long, Pac-12 coaches, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Tuesday edition.

Tim Tebow, poet and a prophet. 
SEC Nation analyst Tim Tebow predicts that Auburn will win the SEC West in 2015. (SportsDay Now!)

Back in the Saddle Again. 
Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long has chosen to be chairman of the College Football Playoff Committee for the second year in a row. (Dr. Saturday)

Shocking news of the day.
Chris Low believes it will be hard for two teams from the same conference making the College Football Playoff. He believes this means that the SEC won't dominate the CFP like some pundits had predicted. (ESPN)

It's getting hot in here?
Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre is on top of Jack Follman's list of Pac-12 coaches on the hot seat. Cal's Sonny Dykes is second on the list, with Washington State's Mike Leach third. Oregon's Mark Helfrich and newly hired Oregon State head coach Gary Anderson are at the bottom of the list. (Pacific Takes)

On the other hand...
Frank Frangie describes the state of the SEC coaching fraternity as "stable" with no coaches on the hot seat. Frankie's only possible exception is Derek Mason, who is going into his second year as head coach of Vanderbilt. (SportsDay Now!)

He's Just Not That Into You.
Michigan running back Justice Hayes is transferring from Michigan. The fifth--year senior has one more of NCAA eligibility remaining. (The Detroit News)


Conspiracy theory of the day.
Mississippi State supporters spread rumors of the existence of a "Network" of Ole Miss alumni and supporters who shower recruits with "gifts." Ole Miss supporters respond accordingly on Twitter. (Hotty Toddy)

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