Tuesday, June 30, 2015

The Fallout: Justin Combs, Joshua Dobbs, A'Shawn Robinson, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Tuesday edition.

This behavior's not unique.
UCLA defensive back Justin Combs had reportedly missed several offseason team workouts, raising the ire of Bruins strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi before the recent incident between Alosi and Combs' father, rapper P. Diddy. (Dr. Saturday)



A little Dobbs will do ya.
Robbie Andreu profiles Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs. (The Gainesville Sun)

And here's to you, Mr. Robinson.
Kevin Brockway profiles Alabama defensive lineman A'Shawn Robinson. (The Gainesville Sun)

That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore. 
After a relatively quiet offseason in Athens, Dawg Sports ponders whether Georgia head coach Mark Richt has managed to get a handle of the Bulldog's discipline issues that led to the infamous "Mark Richt has lost control of..." meme.

Conspiracy Theory?
Chadd Scott supposed that Oklahoma president Dave Boren's recent calls for Big 12 expansion may be part of subterfuge to lay the groundwork for a possible defection by the Sooners to the SEC. (SportsDay Now!)

Hokies vs. Buckeyes. 
BJ Bennett names the Sept. 7 Virginia Tech vs. Ohio State matchup as the top non-conference game for the ACC. (Southern Pigskin)

Life of Briean. 
Doug Lesmerises profiles Minnesota cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun. (cleveland.com)

Kulka, Fran, and Ollie.
Pete Volk profiles Maryland redshirt freshman defensive lineman Brett Kulka. (Testudo Times)

Beautiful Disaster?
Andrew Bucholtz ponders whether Texas's Longhorn Network has been a failure. (Awful Announcing )

Yakoo Serious.
Casey Joplin profiles Boise State offensive linebacker Mario Yakoo. (One Bronco Nation Under God)

The Hurt Locher.
Damien Alambra profiles Boise St. freshman defensive lineman Matt Locher. (One Bronco Nation Under God)

MAC ATTACK!
Bart Doan looks at five possible 2015 season storylines for the Mid-American Conference. At the top of the list is whether Northern Illinois can continue to dominate the conference. (The Student Section)

All I Need Is a Miracle.
Bill Connelly profiles Iowa State's 2015 college football season. It's pretty much going to be a make-or-break season for Cyclones head coach Paul Rhoads, who is most certainly on the hot seat. (SB*Nation)

Insanity


To Hate Like This is to Be Happy Forever. 
Rush Roberts looks at the origins of the Texas A&M's Kyle Field "Hate Barn" nickname. Not surprisingly, its origin comes from internet meme machine Spencer Hall. (Good Bull Hunting)

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