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The Fallout : Brady Hoke, Jonathon Mincy, Kliff Kingsbury, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout -Sunday edition.


The difficult we do immediately. The impossible takes a little longer.
 Brady Hoke claims that Michigan is finally at a place where there is enough depth in the roster to facilitate true competition for starting jobs for the first time in his tenure as the Wolverines' head football coach began in 2011. (mLive.com)
He's a Benardrick house.
Pat Dooley profiles Mississippi State linebacker Benadrick McKinney. (The Gainesville Sun)

And the bad timing award goes to...
Brad Crawford profiles Jonathon Mincy in an article that was obviously written before the Auburn cornerback was arrested on charges of second degree marijuana possession. (Saturday Down South)
By George! 
Viva the Matadors compares Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury to George Strait. Well, it's better than getting compared to Kenny Chesney, I guess.
Break On Through (To the Other Side).
Dick Harmon profiles BYU running back Jamaal Williams, who is projected to break the school's career rushing record currently held by former RB Harvey Unga. (The Deseret News)

Hungry Like the Wolfpack.
Benjamin Tankersley takes a look at North Carolina State's 2014 team, from a Georgia Tech perspective. The Yellow Jackets face the Wolfpack on the road on Nov. 8. (From the Rumble Seat)

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