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The Fallout: Bo Pelini, Todd Gurley, Malcolm Mitchell, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Yes, my bracket is toast. Thanks for asking. 
Yes, The Fallout one's late today. Blame Stanford vs Kansas in the NCAA Tournament.
I'll Try Something New. 
Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini discusses the introduction of one-on-one drills at each position during the Cornhuskers' spring practice. (The Omaha World-Herald)
The Hurdy Gurley Man.
Georgia head coach Mark Richt discusses the progress being made by tailback Todd Gurley in spring practice. Gurley has recovering from ankle and hip injuries suffered during the 2013 season. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Reading the fine print.
Joe Rexrode takes a look at the details of Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio with the school. It includes a $5 million buyout if Dantonio leaves the program for another college or pro coaching  job, and a $10.5 million in Damages to be paid out if the school fires him before Jan 15, 2017. (The Detroit Free Press)
Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes?
Andrew Gribble ponders the Alabama offensive line, and which players will step into the starting positions left open by the departures of players such as left tackle Cyrus Kouandijo. (al.com)

Injuries


Georgia injury report.
Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell will sit the remainder of spring practice after suffering a left leg injury. Mitchell tore his right ACL in the Bulldogs' 2013 season-opening loss to Clemson. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

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