Thursday, November 10, 2016

The Fallout: Jeff Tedford, Jalen Hurts, Georgia State, and more.


Welcome to the Fallout


Jalen Hurts. Image via al.com.


Thursday evening links from around the world of college football to help you make it through the night.

A Sort of Homecoming.

Fresno State hires Jeff Tedford as its new head football coach. Tedford was head coach of Cal from 2002-2012. (ESPN)

Fitzgerald and the Tantrums.

BJ Bennett profiles Mississippi State starting quarterback Nick Fitzgerald. (Southern Pigskin)

Hurts So Good.

Matt Zenitz explains why he believe this coming Saturday's meeting between Mississippi St. and Alabama could be a "breakout" game for Crimson Tide starting quarterback Jalen Hurts. (al.com)

A Home of Our Own. 

Georgia State's Board of Regents approve plans to purchase and renovate Turner Field, the former home of the Atlanta Braves, for $52.8 million dollars. Plans call to convert the stadium, into a football stadium for the Panthers. (Yahoo! Sports)

Friday on My Mind. 

Marty Johnson explains his displeasure with the Big Ten's recent decision to schedule Friday night games on a regular basis starting in the 2017 season. (Inside NU)

Bluiett the Blue Sky. 

Wescott Eberts profiles Texas tight end Caleb Bluiett. (Burnt Orange Nation)

Some day. Some day. Some day. Dominion. 

Bobby Albrant previews Saturday's meeting between Southern Mississippi and Old Dominion. (Underdog Dynasty)




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