Saturday, August 1, 2015

Saturday Fallout: Joel Stave, Joey Bosa, Texas A&M, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday edition.

Joel Stave. Image via Omaha.com. 

Stave it for Later. 
Graham Watson previews Wisconsin's 2015 college football season, which includes a declaration of Badger starting quarterback Joel Stave a "breakout player."



Best Joel Stave moment ever: Still his performance of Train's "Drops of Jupiter" as part of a Wisconsin athlete's talent show:



(Dr. Saturday)

Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes?
Bill Landis looks at how Ohio State will fill the slots of the four players it suspended Thursday for "a violation of athletic department policy" (i.e alleged marijuana use and academic shortcomings), including defensive end Joey Bosa. (Cleveland.com)

The Ghost at Number One? 
Erik Lambert looks at how Bosa's suspension could affect the Ohio St. DE's projected status as the no. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. (NFL Mocks)

I feel like a monster.
Bill Connelly previews Texas A&M's 2015 season, calling its schedule, which includes out-of-conference games against Arizona State, Ball State, and Nevada, in addition to its SEC West conference schedule, as "monstrous." (SB*Nation)

The Most Interesting Game in the World?
Ian Boyd declares Auburn and Louisville' Sept. 5 meeting in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga. to be "Week 1's most interesting matchup." (SB*Nation)

On a related front...
Mike Ferguson previews Louisville's 2015 college football season. (The Student Section)

It is time for you to stop all of your sobbing.
Bart Doan takes a few shots at the recent trend of head coaches such calling for Notre Dame to give up its independent status and finally join a conference.  Clemson's Dabo Swinney, and Missouri's Gary Pinkel are among the head coaches who have criticized the Fighting Irish's cherished independent status recently. (The Student Section)

Insanity


Food! Glorious Food!
Off Tackle Empire's annual "Wisconsin Potluck" and round table discussion skips the obvious cheese-themes recipes, and instead goes for the other food the Badger state is famous for - sausage. 

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