Tuesday, July 7, 2015

The Fallout: Bill Snyder, Leonard Fournette, Reggie Ragland, and...Tim McGraw?

Bill Snyder. Image via CBS Sports. 

Welcome to the Fallout - Tuesday edition

And now, the end is near?
Bill Connelly uses his 2015 Kansas State college football season preview to ponder when the Wildcats' legendary head coach, Bill Snyder, will step down from his post for good. Connelly doesn't believe it will be this year, however. (SB*Nation)

Fournette Son. 
Pat Dooley profiles LSU running back Leonard Fournette. (The Gainesville Sun)

Ragland of the Free. 
Kevin Brockway profiles Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland. (The Gainesville Sun)

The only east day was yesterday.
Alabama finds itself ranked at the top of Lost Lettermen's list of the top five toughest college football schedules of 2015. Arkansas, Stanford, Auburn, and Cal finish out the list.

Don't Treadwell on Me.
Robbie Andreu profiles Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell. (The Gainesville Sun)

Reubyn, Don't Take Your Love to Town.
Garnet and Black Attack profiles South Carolina LB Reubyn Walker.

Smarter than the average Bearcat? 
The Student Section previews Cincinnati's 2015 college football season.

Life is just a cocktail party. 
Off Tackle Empire's second annual Maryland Cocktail Party kicks off a week of features about the second-year Big Ten member.

Too Logan for Zero. 
Ryan Connors profiles Maryland LB Abner Logan. (Testudo Times)

Kevin McGuire previews Utah State's 2015 college football season. (The Student Section)

A Brief History of Time.
Mark Nagi provides an "Oral History of the Derek Dooley Era at Tennessee," looking at the 2010-2012 tenure of the eccentric - and ultimately unsuccessful - former Volunteers head coach. Well, somebody had to do it. (FOX Sports)

Make it Hampton. 
Casey Joplin profiles Boise State outside linebacker Mason Hampton. (One Bronco Nation Under God)


I write the songs that make the Sun Belt sing. 
Underdog Dynasty's Haisten Willis provides his list of the best musicians from Sun Belt school (or at least the each school's home city). It starts out okay, as Willis picks Outkast as the best artists from Atlanta (Georgia State). Things go off the tracks as Willis picks Tim McGraw over Better Than Ezra's Kevin Griffin as the best artist from Louisiana-Monroe. OH, HELL NO!

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