Friday, July 17, 2015

The Fallout: Les Miles, Nick Saban, Mark Richt, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Friday edition. 

Lost in Translation. 
And the Valley Shook tries to translate LSU head coach Les Miles' Thursday session with the media at SEC Media Days from Les-speak into something more closely resembling the Queen's English.



The Nine-Year Itch. 
Allen Kenney looks at Nick Saban as he enters his ninth season as head coach at Alabama. The suggestion is made that Saban is heading into the part of the coaching cycle where there is more concern with preserving a legacy than building one. (The Student Section)

Born of Frustration. 
Pat Dooley looks at Georgia, its head coach Mark Richt, and its constant state of always failing to live up to expectations. (The Gainesville Sun)

I see the future, and it will be. 
Bart Doan predicts that Michigan will defeat Ohio State for the first time since 2011 in his preview of the Wolverines' 2015 college football season. (The Student Section)

Buckeye of the Tiger. 
Bill Landis profiles Ohio State guard Pat Elflein. (Cleveland.com)

I have to praise you like I should. 
Duke renames its football stadium Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium in honor of alumni Steve and Eileen Brooks, who donated $13 million dollars to the the Blue Devils athletic department. (ESPN)

In my mind I'm going to Carolina. 
Kevin Causey previews South Carolina's 2015 college football season. (The Student Section)

Insanity


Food, Glorious Food!
The annual Off Tackle Empire Minnesota Potluck combines a round table about the Golden Gophers' football program going into the 2015 season with more casserole recipes than any dinner party should be allowed to have.

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