Sunday, October 18, 2015

Week 7 Fallout: Jalen Watts-Jackson, Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett,

Welcome to the Fallout - Week 7 edition.

Hero of the Day.
Kyle Austin profiles Jalen Watts-Jackson, the Michigan State redshirt freshman defensive back who turned Michigan's botched punt into a last-minute win for the Spartans on Saturday. Sadly, Watts-Jackson suffered a broken hip at the end of the play. (mLive.com)


Nothing Matters, and What If It Did?
Doug Lesmerises ponders whether too much is being made over Ohio State's ongoing use of both Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett as quarterbacks. (cleveland.com)

Rest assured it will not last, take a turn for the worse. 
LSU becomes the last undefeated team in the SEC following its 35-28 win over Florida. (nola.com)

We will get by. We will get by. We will get by. We will survive. 
Andy Hutchins tries to look on the bright side to Florida's loss to LSU, and reassure Gator supporters there is still a lot going for the team as it looks forward to facing Georgia in two weeks. (Alligator Army)

I see the future, and it will be.
Jerry Palm's latest projections for the College Football Playoff call for Ohio State, TCU, Alabama, and Clemson to be the four teams playing for the title. The Pac-12 gets shut off of the CFP, but sends Stanford to the Rose Bowl to face Michigan St., and Utah to the Fiesta Bowl to face Iowa. Houston gets the  Group of 5 invitation, facing Florida St. in the Peach Bowl. (CBS Sports)








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