Monday, August 31, 2015

SEC Fallout: Nick Chubb, Jeremy Johnson, Alabama QB controversy, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - SEC edition. 




Chubb-awamba.
Mark Weiser profiles Georgia tailback Nick Chubb. (The Athens Banner-Herald)



A Few Small Repairs.
The UGA Athletic Board of Directors gives approval for a $30.2 million-dollar indoor practice facility long sought by Georgia head coach Mark Richt. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Jeremy spoke in class today. 
John Zenor profiles Auburn quarterback Jeremy Johnson, who will be starting in the Tiger's season opener on Saturday against Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game opponent Louisville in Atlanta. Johnson backed up then-Auburn starting QB Nick Marshall for the past two seasons. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

Alabama State of Mind.
Auburn adds FCS program Alabama State to 2018 college football schedule. (FBSchedules.com)

This is the song that does not end. It just goes on and on, my friends...
Alabama goes into the week before its season opener against Wisconsin with QBs Cooper Bateman, Jake Coker, and Alec Morris still competing for the starting job. (Saturday Down South)

I've seen the future, and it will be. 
Natalie Williams predicts that the SEC West title will once be settled during the Iron Bowl game between Alabama and Auburn. (al.com)

Mean Green Thoughts.
Texas A&M adds the North Texas Mean Green to its 2020 college football schedule. It's will be an Aggies home game at Kyle Field. (FBSchedules.com)

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