Monday, February 16, 2015

The Fallout: Braxton Miller, Mark Dantonio, Thomas Brown, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Washington's Birthday edition. 

And now, it's Braxton Miller time.
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller announces on Twitter that he has begun throwing for the first time since injuring his right throwing shoulder. (Dr. Saturday)

All hands on deck. 
Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio says he will take a more hands-on approach with the Spartans' defense during the 2015 college football season. (College Football Talk)

What can Brown do for you?
Georgia hires Wisconsin runnings back coach Thomas Brown to become the Bulldogs' new RB coach. Brown was a Bulldog RB from 2004-2007. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

And here's to you, Mr. Robinson.
Brad Crawford makes his argument for Auburn RB Jovon Robinson as the SEC's breakout player of the 2015 college football season. (Saturday Down South)

Back to My Roots.
An Auburn professor of horticulture says the oak trees that were planted at Toomer's Corner on Saturday could take three or four years to become fully rooted their new location. The trees replace the one poisoned in 2011. (al.com)

Things Can Only Get Better?
Ethan Levine looks at what areas each team in the SEC will improve at in 2015. (Saturday Down South)

A Sunday Kind of Love. 
Marshall moves its 2015 college football season opening game against Purdue from Saturday, Sept. 5, to Sunday, Sept. 6. (College Football Talk)

The natives are restless. 
Black Heart Gold Pants looks at Iowa fan reaction to Hawkeye head coach Kirk Ferentz' recent reshuffling of his coaching staff.


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