Sunday, September 20, 2015

Sunday Fallout: Chad Kelly, Steve Spurrier, Nick Chubb, And More.

Welcome to the Fallout - Week 3 Sunday edition.

Kelly's a Hero. 
Jim Lohmar profiles Ole Miss starting quarterback Chad Kelly following the Rebels' amazing 43-37 upset of Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium. (Red Cup Rebellion)

Stop Me If You Think That You've Heard This One Before.
Pat  Forde ponders whether Alabama's 43-37 loss to Ole Miss Saturday night represents "the beginning of the end of the (Crimson) Tide's dynasty." In the words of the immortal philosopher Terrell Owens: "Child, please." (Yahoo! Sports)

Stop Me If You Think That You've Heard This One Before.
Chris Starrs ponders whether Saturday Night's pummeling of South Carolina by Georgia will mark the final appearance in Stanford Stadium of Gamecocks head coach and eternal Bulldog nemesis Stave Spurrier. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

They call him The Streak.
Georgia tailback Nick Chubb extends his streak of games with 100 or more rushing yards to eleven games. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Top of the World. 
The Big Ten holds down the top two spots in the AP Poll, with Ohio State at no. 1, and Michigan State at no. 2. (The Detroit Free Press)

If that's your best, your best won't do. 
Drew Sharp explains why Michigan St. needs to win and win impressively in order to appease critics following what was considered a lackluster 35-21 win over Air Force. (The Detroit Free Press)

Panic on the streets of Auburn.
Track 'Em Tigers analyzes Auburn following the Tigers' even-worse-than-it-sounds 45-21 loss to LSU.

Further Down the Spiral.
Sam McKeown analyzes Nebraska's 36-33 overtime loss to Miami, which he describes as "four hours of Husker football that looked so much like the last four years of Huskers football." (The Omaha World-Herald)

I've seen the future, and it will be.
Jason Kirk's  projections for the 2015 College Football Playoff place Ohio State facing Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl, and  Ole Miss facing Baylor in the Orange Bowl. In case you're wondering, Kirk projects Alabama going to the Sugar Bowl to face Oklahoma. (SB*Nation)

And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder. 
UCLA defeats BYU 24-23, holding off a third miracle come-from-behind win in three weeks by the Cougars. (The Deseret News)

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