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The Fallout: Johnny Manziel, Bret Bielema, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout -Saturday edition.

That was the week that was. It's over, let it go. 
Good Bull Hunting looks at the past week of Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel schadenfreude. 

Breaking Up is Hard to Do.
Jordan Conn profiles Bret Bielema, and looks at the events and reasons surrounding leaving Wisconsin to become the head football coach of Arkansas. It a nutshell, it involved Bielema's frustration of Wisconsin's inability to pay assistant coaches enough to keep them from departing Madison for other jobs. (Grantland)

Let's Call the Whole Thing Off.
Tomahawk Nationdiscusses whether the ACC should scrap its two divisions.

Carter Country.
Mark Weiszer profiles Georgia inside linebacker Reggie Carter. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Eye on the Tiger. 
Roll 'Bama Roll previews LSU's 2013 season, from a Crimson Tide point of view.

Adam's Song.
Rodger Sherman profiles Northwestern offensive lineman Adam DePietro. (Sippin' on Purple)

Thank you sir. May I have another?
Rodger Sherman profiles Northwestern right tackle Shane Mertz. (Sippin' on Purple)

The Devin's in the details.
Hammer and Rails profiles Purdue offensive tackle Devin Smith.

King and country.
Hammer and Rails profiles Purdue OL Jason King.

My name is Prince, and I am funky.
Hammer and Rails profiles Purdue OL J.J. Prince.

The Cowboy Way.
Bill Connelly profiles Oklahoma State's 2013 season. (SB*Nation)

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