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The Fallout: Les Miles vs. Nick Saban, Dana Holgorsen, A'Shawn Robinson, and more.

Written by Juan Cena on Saturday, June 28 2014 and posted in SWRT
Welcome to the Fallout -Saturday edition.

Respect the man.
Kevin Scarbinsky asks "Can we finally give Les Miles, not Nick Saban, credit for LSU's sustained success?" after former Alabama quarterback/current SEC Network analyst Greg McElroy says Saban should get the credit for LSU remaining near the top of a volatile SEC West. (al.com)

And here's to you, Mr. Robinson.
Pat Dooley profiles Alabama defensive end A'Shawn Robinson. (The Gainesville Sun)
Stave It for Later.
Tyler Brett explains why Wisconsin starting QB Joel Stave needs to work on his consistency if the Badgers want to be a contender for the Big Ten title in 2014. (Rant Sports
Dismukes with you with a smile.
Pat Dooley profiles Auburn center Reese Dismukes. (The Gainesville Sun)
Stand By Your Man.
Michael Weinreb explains why college football fans should support West Virginia head football coach Dana Holgorsen, and not deride him. (Sports on Earth)
What can Browne do for you?
Yaron Weitzman interviews USC sophomore QB Max Browne. (TDdaily.com)
Is this a good thing or a bad thing? 
Connor Tapp wonders if the tradition of SEC fans rooting for conference teams other than their own is a good thing or a bad thing. (Garnet and Black Attack)
In Rausa, TV watches you.
Drew Roberts profiles Boise State place kicker Tyler Rausa. (One Broncos Nation Under God)
Know Your Enemy.
Travis Miller takes a look at Purdue's Oct. 4 Big Ten conference opponent Illinois. (Hammer and Rails)

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