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The Fallout: Nick Saban, David Shaw, Bryan Harsin, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout -Friday edition.
It's In the Way That You Use It.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban says it doesn't matter what round a player gets drafted, it's "What do you do with your career after you get drafted?" (al.com)
That Don't Impress Me Much.
Stanford head coach David Shaw and UCLA head coach Jim Mora Jr.  join  other Pac-12 coaches in criticizing the SEC's decision to retain an eight-game conference schedule. (ESPN)

The Times They Are A-Changin'.
Team Speed Kills looks at what may be the SEC Network's biggest hurdle in its success: The changing demographics in how many people get their media content via the Internet vs. traditional/cable TV.
Toy boat or Troy Boat?
Troy vs. Georgia will be the first Bulldog game to be televised on the SEC Network on Sept. 20. (The Athens Banner-Herald)
There's first time for everything.
Michigan Stadium will host a high school prom for the first time in its history on May 10. Well, the school has to do something with the Big House when it's not football season. (The Detroit Free Press)

Insanity


Bryan Harsin pointing at things.
Drew Roberts posts a lot of photos of first-year Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin pointing at people standing next to him. Oh, the offseason. (One Bronco Nation Under God)

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