Saturday, May 9, 2015

The Fallout: Texas vs. Texas A&M, BYU, Georgia, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday edition.

Texas (A&M) Two Step. 
Texas A&M chancellor John Sharp took a few jabs as the Aggies' former Big 12 rival Texas, it recent lack of success, and the lack of success of the Texas' Longhorn Network. He also suggests that it Texas who is ducking restarting the annual rivalry game between the two schools. (The Dallas Morning News)

Left in the dust?
In more bad news for Texas, the Longhorns are losing ground to Texas A&M in the Houston and Dallas-Ft. Worth markets. (Burnt Orange Nation)

This state of independence shall be. 
Bill Connelly previews independent BYU's 2015 season. (SB*Nation)

Backfield in Motion.
Brad Crawford describes Georgia's backfield as "one of SEC's deepest ever" (sic). Knowing UGA, it'll deplete it sometime around the third or fourth week of the season. (Saturday Down South)

Fit to be tiebroken. 
Peter Berkes provides the tiebreaker rules for all FBS conferences. Needless to say, simplicity is pretty much thrown out the window here. (SB*Nation)


I Was There.
Former Georgia Tech head coach Pepper Rodgers discusses coaching the Yellow Jackets against Notre Dame in the 1975 "Rudy" game. Needless to say, Rodgers says the play in which Rudy Ruettiger sacked Ga. Tech's quarterback wasn't quite as it was depicted in the movies. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)


Rodger Sherman ranks all 26 dogs who currently serve as mascots for college teams. Texas A&M's Reveille VIII is ranked first (1a, as all dogs are ranked 1a-1z for some bizarre reason). Georgia's Uga IX is ranked last, which was apparently done just to poke Georgia fans in the eye. (SB*Nation)

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