Tuesday, March 3, 2015

The Fallout: Hugh Freeze, Mike Slive, Jim McElwain, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Tuesday edition.

Don't mess with a missionary man.
Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze will be leading a group of 30 members of the Rebels football team on a mission trip to Haiti during spring the school's break. Included in the group will be embattled quarterback Chad Kelly. (Saturday Down South)

That Don't Impress Me Much.
SEC commissioner Mike Slive criticizes the Big Ten's proposal to make football and men's college basketball players ineligible for participation in their freshmen year of school. (ESPN)

The Race Is On!
Fourteen cities are considering and/or decided to make bids for the 2018, 2019, and 2020 College Football Playoff title game. (ESPN)

The Gator went up to Georgia. He was looking for some recruits to steal. 
First-year Florida head coach Jim McElwain discuses plans for recruiting in Georgia, the backyard of the Gators' hated Bulldog rivals. (College Football Talk)

Enemy Mine? 
Kenzie Stanford questions whether Appalachian State should replace Georgia State as Georgia Southern's end of the season Rivalry Week opponent. (Southern Pigskin) The Mountaineers and Eagles virtually dominated the Southern Conference over the past sixteen years, while Georgia State has a 1-23 record over two seasons. (Southern Pigskin)

Do the crime, pay the time. 
BYU will "discipline" around ten players who got into a brawl with Memphis players following the end of the 2014 Miami Beach Bowl on Dec. 22 of last year. The Tiger defeated the Cougars in overtime 55-48. (College Spun)


If you build it, you're freaking crazy! 
Ryan Nanni'a provides an alternative to the College Football Playoff title game process with the invention of...The Hoverstadium! (Every Day Should Be Saturday)

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