Sunday, September 13, 2015

Sunday Fallout: Tanner Mangum, Connor Cook, Eric Striker, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Week 2 Sunday edition. 

Mangum Force. 
Brett Hein tells BYU supporters to give Cougar starting quarterback Tanner Mangum "room to grow." This was written before Magnum threw a second game-winning Hail Mary pass in two weeks to lead BYU to a 35-24 win over Boise State on Saturday Night. (Vanquish the Foe)



I Ain't Ever Satisfied. 
Michigan State starting QB Connor Cook criticizes his own performance in Saturday night's Spartan victory over Oregon. (mLive.com)

Striker Force. 
Jason Kersey profiles Oklahoma linebacker Eric Striker following the Sooners' 31-24 two-overtime win over Tennessee. (The Oklahoman)

We're comin' to your cit-tay! Gonna make your eardrums bleed with a country song. 
ESPN College GameDay will broadcast from Tuscaloosa, Al, next Saturday morning before the Ole Miss-Alabama match-up. (al.com)

More dirty pool against UAB?
Will Butler and Nicolas A. Lewis accuse the University of Alabama system Board of Trustees of trying to impeede progress in the reinstatement of UAB's football program. (Underdog Dynasty)

The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday. 
Josh Rosenblat looks at what Rutgers head coach Pat Fitzgerald needs to do to maintain momentum after going 2-0. (Inside NU)

Panic on the Street of Athens. 
Fletcher Page says Georgia's offense "isn't going to work" going forward following the Bulldogs' lackluster 31-14 win over Vanderbilt. (The Athens Banner-Herald)


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