Friday, May 8, 2015

The Fallout: Everett Golson, Christian Hackenberg, UAB, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Friday edition

Where Do We Go From Here?
Ralph D. Russo looks at which schools may be in  the running for former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson to transfer to. Russo's list includes LSU, South Carolina, Duke, Oregon State, and Washington. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

What About Us?
Kevin McGwire makes the case for Michigan as the school Golson should transfer to. (College Football Talk)

Thanks, but no thanks.
On the other hand, Dawg Sports looks at why Golson would not be a good fit for Georgia. The blog points out Golson was "inconsistent" at Notre Dame, and was "only marginally better" than former UGA starting QB Hutson Mason last season.

Onward, Christian Hackenberg.
Brian Bennett profiles Penn State starting quarterback Christian Hackenberg, who could be a first round 2016 NFL Draft pick should he decide to enter it following the 2015 college football season. (ESPN)

Sign your name across my bill. 
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signs the so-called "Todd Gurley Bill" into law. The bill would make it illegal in the state of Georgia to "entice student athletes to break NCAA rules for money." Gurley's season was derailed last season when it was revealed he had taken money to sign items from a memorabilia dealer.  (Southern Pigskin)

The Six Million-Dollar Plan.
Supporters of the now-defunct UAB football program have pledged "almost six million dollars" to reinstate the program. (ESPN)


Food, Glorious Food!
Off Tackle Empire's Purdue Week brings back the traditional OTE Potluck, featuring Coal Fired Pizza, Train Wreck Potato, Night Train Brisket, and other train-themed dishes.

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