Sunday, July 26, 2015

The Fallout: Cardale Jones on Braxton Miller, Anthony Zettel, SEC coaches, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition. 

Taking it for the team. 
Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones calls fellow Buckeye Buckeye Braxton Miller "the ultimate team player" after Miller switched positions from QB to wide receiver. Of course Jones would say that, as he and J.T. Barnett were expected to be in a three-way competition for the starting QB job at Ohio St. with Miller. (CBS Sports)



Mears anarchy is loosed upon the world. 
Justin Mears looks at the case for Navy starting QB Keenan Reynolds as a Heisman Trophy candidate. He would be the first Midshipman since Roger Staubach in 1963 to win the award. (Underdog Dynasty)

Four more years?
David Climer tries to predict which SEC head coaches will still be coaching their current teams in four years. Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze, Missouri's Gary Pinkel, and Tennessee's Butch Jones top the list of coaches expected to still be coaching the same team in 2019. LSU's Les Miles, Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin, and Vanderbilt's Derek Mason are the least likely to survive that long. (The Tennessean)

Never Zettel for anything less.
Bill Landis profiles Penn State defensive tackle Anthony Zettel. (cleveland.com)

Schrodenger's Trojan Horse?
Bill Connelly previews USC's 2015 season, and how it's perceived as both underrated and overrated at the same time. (SB*Nation)

Mississippi State of Mind. 
Kevin Causey previews Mississippi State's 2015 college football season. (The Student Section)

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