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The Fallout: Johnny Manziel, Nick Saban and Bret Bielema, C.J. Mosley, and more.

Written by Juan Cena on Sunday, July 21 2013 and posted in SWRT
Welcome to the Fallout -Sunday edition. 

The Thing That Won't Go Away.
Deadspin claims that Johnny Manziel might not have been honest about the events that led to his early departure from the Manning Passing Academy camp. Color we shocked. 

Desperate, But Not Serious. 
Kevin Scarbinsky mocks Alabama head football coach Nick Saban and first-year Arkansas HC Bret Bielema's opposition to the hurry-up no huddle offense by asking "If more plays in a game are hazardous to a player's health, what about more games in a season?" Scarbinsky also turns the opposition to the hurry-up no huddle into a Direct TV-like commercial. (

Making the Mosleyof it.
Pat Dooley profiles Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley. (The Gainesville Sun)

Sorry Seems To Be the Hardest Word.
Florida International HC Ron Turner has apologized after reports that members of the Panthers football team had "disrobed" on a public beach while using an outdoor shower. (Tireball)

Seven the Hard Way.
Tyler Moorehead names seven high profiles games on the 2013 college football schedule that could end up being huge blowouts, including Alabama vs. Virginia Tech (Aug. 31), and Oklahoma vs. West Virginia (Sept. 7). (College Spun)

The Hardee Boy.
Drew Roberts profiles Boise State tight end Jake Hardee. (One Bronco Nation Under God)


UGA recruiting news.
North Carolina high school rising senior defensive tackle Lamont Gaillard commits to Georgia's 2014 recruiting class. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Austin Roberts: International Man of Mystery.
Indiana HSRS wide receiver Austin Roberts commits to UCLA's 2014 recruiting class. (Bruins Nation)

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