Thursday, March 12, 2015

The Fallout: Dak Prescott, Pat Narduzzi, Reuben Foster, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Thursday edition.

Advice for athletes. 
Steven Godfrey looks at the recent attack on Mississippi State starting quarterback Dak Prescott and two of his teammates during Spring Break in Panama City, Fl. He also presents advice on how high-profile student athletes can manage their celebrity status from Tajh Boyd,  the former Clemson starting quarterback and current member of the Pittsburgh Steelers.  (SB*Nation)

Location, location, location. 
Pat Narduzzi credits Pitt's location and accessibility to recruits in convincing him to become the Panthers' new head coach. (Detroit Free Press)

Foster the People.
Michael Casagrande profiles Alabama middle linebacker Reuben Foster. (al.com)

Lowered Expectations. 
The University of Oklahoma scales back plans to renovate Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. (ESPN)

I've seen the future. I can't afford it? 
Jon Wilner looks at the financial future of the Pac-12, and at the possibility that the conference member schools will face an increase in expenses due to compensation of athletes, and from the costs of running the Pac-12 Networks. (The San Jose Mercury News)

Penn State of Mind.
Andy Coppens previews Penn State's spring practice. (Talking 10)

Taking the easy way out. 
Chad Scott has "Ten NOT Bold Predictions for SEC Spring Football." Because coming up with something original takes too much time and energy. (SportsDay Now!)

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