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The Fallout: Johnny Manziel, Urban Meyer, Aaron Murray, and more.

Written by Juan Cena on Sunday, August 25 2013 and posted in SWRT
Welcome to the Fallout -Sunday edition.

Stand By Your Man. 
With questions surrounding Johnny Manziel's eligibility still unresolved,  Texas A&M is still planning on him to be the Aggies' starting quarterback when the season begins next Saturday. (The Sports Xchange/Yahoo! Sports)

Party Out of Bounds.
The controversy surrounding Manziel's eligibility doesn't seem to be stopping him from having a good time, either. (FOX Sports

Finish What You Started.
Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer wants to be the one who ends the SEC's title run over college football that he himself started with Florida's BCS win over (ironically) the Buckeyes in 2006. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

There's a possibility, but no chance.
Bob Hunter looks at the it's-now-or-never possibility that Ohio State and Michigan could face each other two weeks in a row this season: First in the season ending Big Game, then in the Big Ten Championship Game. The  Wolverines will join the Buckeyes in the realigned Big Ten eastern conference in 2014. (The Columbus Dispatch)

We Are Family.
Mark Weiszer looks at  Aaron Murray and his family as the Georgia starting QB gets ready for his final season in Athens. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

It's a dirty job, but someone's got to do it.
Loran Smith tries to defend Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo.

The Fallout: Johnny Manziel, Urban Meyer, Aaron Murray, and more.

(The Athens Banner-Herald)

Northwestern player profile of the day.
Rodger Sherman profiles Northwestern defensive lineman Ifreadi Odenigbo. (Sippin' on Purple)


Alabama recruiting news.
Louisiana high school senior wide receiver Cameron Sims commits to Alabama's 2014 recruiting class. (

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