Thursday, June 11, 2015

The Fallout: Nick Saban vs. Jim Harbaugh, Jalen Ramsey, Dan Beebe, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Thursday edition.

Image via al.com. 


Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolverine?
Kevin Scarbinsky takes Gregg Doyel's claim that Alabama head coach Nick Saban is scared of first-year Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and his now-infamous satellite camps with a huge grain of salt. (al.com)



Foundation's Edge.
Ian Boyd describes Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey as the "foundation" of a rebuild Seminole defense. (SB*Nation)

Fantastic Fournette . 
Bill Landis profiles LSU running back and Heisman Trophy hopeful Leonard Fournette. (Cleveland.com)

I've seen the future, and it will be. 
Andy Staples take a look at how eerily accurate former Big 12 commissioner Dan Beebe's concerns about the ramifications of conference realignment turned out to be. (SI.com)

Coming' to Your City? 
Christopher Smith tries to predict the sites that ESPN College GameDay will be broadcasting from each week of the upcoming 2015 season. (Saturday Down South)

Who Darius Wins.
Bill Landis profiles Rutger defensive tackle Darius Hamilton (Cleveland.com)

Game of the year?
Stewart Mandel predicts that the Nov. 21 meeting between Michigan State and Ohio State could be the  most important game of the year. (FOX Sports)

Chase the Sun.
Drew Roberts profiles Boise State redshirt freshman tight end Chase Blakley. (One Bronco Nation Under God)

Thank you, Sir. May I have another?
Casey Joplin profiles Boise St, redshirt sophomore TE Alec Dhaenens. (One Bronco Nation Under God)

Sweet Home Statesboro? 
Haisten Willis declares Georgia Southern the Sun Belt Conference version of Alabama. (Underdog Dynasty)

Script Appalachia? 
On  a related front, Thomas Sherrill compares declares the Sun Belt Conference version of Ohio State. Well, the Mountaineers did beat Michigan that one time in 2007. (Underdog Dynasty)


Insanity


Food, Glorious Food!
Off Tackle Empire's annual Illinois Potluck round table serves up lasagna, lasagna, and even more lasagna, which has something to do with Fighting Illini head coach Tim Beckman. I don't get the joke, but the recipe for "lasagna cupcakes" (basically mini lasagnas served in individual wonton wrappers) sounds strangely intriguing.

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