Friday, June 5, 2015

The Fallout: Nick Saban, Mike Riley, Steve Spurrier, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Friday edition. 

If Saban ain't happy, then nobody's happy.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban expresses his opposition to the SEC's recent decision to bar schools from accepting transfer student-athletes that had engaged in serious misconduct at their former schools. (al.com)



The difficult we do immediately. The impossible takes a little longer. 
UAB athletic director Mark Ingram suggests that 2017 may be the most ideal target date for the return of the recently revived Blazers football program to return to the football field. (College Football Talk)

Dublin Shot of My Baby's Love.
Georgia Tech and Boston College will face off at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland on Sept. 3, 2016 to open the 2016 college football season. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

The Life of Riley.
Bill Connelly previews Nebraska's 2016 season, the first under new head coach Mile Riley.

Everything's connected. 
Bill Connelly previews Wisconsin's 2016 college football season. It's the first under new head coach Paul Chryst, who replaced Gary Anderson, who left for Oregon State when Mike Riley left for Nebraska. (SB*Nation)

Always Look on the Bright Side of Life. 
Brad Crawford tries to explain how a renewed Big Ten is a good thing for the SEC. Try telling that to Nick Saban. (Saturday Down South)

Magnum Force
BYU welcomes back quarterback Tanner Magnum, who had taken two years off serving as a Mormon missionary in Chile. (The Deseret News)

Quarterback controversy? What quarterback controversy?
Berry Trammel looks at the still unresolved competition for the starting QB position at Oklahoma. (The Oklahoman)

A Study in Scarlet.
Timothy Went takes a look at the Rutgers depth chart at running back. (On the Banks)

I've got a little list, I've got a little list.
Garnet and Black Attack looks back at Steve Spurrier's first ten years as South Carolina with a list of the Head Ball Coach's top ten victories while leading the Gamecocks. Hint: The game at no. 1 happened in 2010 against a team Spurrier had a little bit of a history with.

Insanity

Food, Glorious Food!
Off Tackle Empire's annual Penn State Potluck features spicy dishes in honor of Nittany Lions head coach James Franklin's infamous comments about how he based his hiring decisions for his coaching staff on how the candidate's wife looked.

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