Saturday, March 14, 2015

The Fallout: Bret Bielema, Reggie Ragland, Kenya Dennis, and more,

Welcome to the Fallout - Pi Day edition.

Pi Day - Possibly the geekiest day of the year. The Day where nerds' hearts go all aflutter because the date can be written as 3.14. It gets even worse as today can be written out as 3.14.15. I'm glad I'm more old school with sticking with 3-14-15.

I Ain't Ever Satisfied.
Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema says isn't satisfied with just returning the Razorbacks to relevancy in the SEC with the 2014 season's 7-6 record. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

Walk Unafraid.
Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland says that he will play it safe during Alabama's Spring Break, but he also says we doesn't fear getting involved in an incident similar to the one that left Mississippi State starting quarterback Dak Prescott with minor injuries earlier in the week. (

Dennis the Menace. 
Christopher Smith profiles Missouri cornerback Kenya Dennis, who is a possible breakout player in the SEC for the 2015 season. (Saturday Down South)

It's the little things that kill. 
First year Nebraska offensive coordinator Mike Cavanaugh wants his offensive line players to work on being "master technicians" on the field, and focusing on the "little things" such as "getting your elbows in, your thumbs up, your hands spread apart." (The Omaha World-Herald)

The Battle of Los Angeles.
Jack Follman names November 28th rivalry game between Los Angeles-based rivals UCLA and USC as the most-anticipated Pac-12 conference game for the 2015 college football season. The Trojans' road game against Oregon a week earlier on Nov. 21 comes in at second. (Pacific Takes)

I know it sounds absurd, but please tell me who I am?
Arizona State offensive coordinator Mike Norvell discusses forging a new identity on the offensive line after the departures of starting quarterback Taylor Kelly and wide receiver Jalen Strong. (

No comments: