Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday edition.
I've seen the future and it will be.
Alabama will play Ohio state in the BCS title game. Because Jerry Palm said so. (al.com)
Life of Ryan.
Andrew Coppins profiles Wisconsin offensive linebacker Ryan Groy. (The B1G Time)
Pease, Pease, Pease, Let Me Get What I Want.
Andy Hutchins defends Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease's recent raise. (Alligator Army)
Vad to the Bone.
Joey Weaver profiles Georgia Tech quarterback Vad Lee. (From the Rumble Seat)
Promised You a Miracle.
Georgia offensive coordinator is promising that the Bulldogs will be ready to face South Carolina on Sept. 7. The Dawgs haven't beaten the Gamecocks since 2009. (The Athens Banner-Herald)
You'd better check yourself before you wreck yourself.
Allen Kenney explains what Oklahoma defensive coordinator Jerry Montgomery needs to do to avoid another collapse of the Sooner defense like the one that occurred last season. (Blatant Homerism)
Goodbye Says it All.
Tennessee defensive back Daniel Gray is transferring to another school. (The Knoxville News-Sentinel)
Auston City Limits.
Texas high school junior running back Auston Anderson becomes the latest player to commit to Northwestern's 2014 recruiting class. (Lake the Posts)
Kenny Chesney is The Devil!
Connor Tapp argues that in order to prevent South Carolina from being cursed by alleged country music star and noted college football jock-sniffer Kenny Chesney's recent performance at Williams-Brice Stadium, the stadium must be torn down. (Garnet and Black Attack)
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