Welcome to the Fallout - SEC edition.
I'll Stand By You.
Buddy Martin defends South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier against critics of the Head Ball Coach's now-infamous tirade last week. Martin is co-writing Spurrier's autobiography, which is scheduled for release in the summer of 2016. (Southern Pigskin)
Break On Through to the Other Side.
Jim Weber predicts Tennessee will be the "breakout CFB team of 2015." (Lost Lettermen)
There's a possibility, but no chance.
Sam Khan Jr. gives his reasons why he doesn't believe Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin won't use Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray in a two-quarterback rotation. (ESPN)
Alabama freshman QB Blake Barnett has added five pounds to his frame after consulting with Crimson Tide team nutritionist Amy Bragg and strength and conditioning coach Scott Cochran. (al.com)
Dennis Dodd takes a look at Missiori's "mysterious" successful first three seasons in the SEC. (CBS Sports)
Matt Osbourne looks at the constancy problems that hounded Georgia in 2015. The Dawgs came out victorious in four out of five games against teams that wound up in the top 25 at the end of the season, but underperformed against non-top 25 teams South Carolina and Florida. (Southern Pigskin)
Building a Mystery.
David Wunderlich sees 2015 as a rebuilding year for LSU and its head coach, Les Miles. (Team Speed Kills_)
Paulk of the Town.
Kevin Searcy profiles South Carolina redshirt junior tailback Darius Paulk. (Garnet and Black Attack)
I'm going off the rails on a crazy train.
Les Miles is ranked at no. 1 atop Lost Lettermen's list of "College Football's 10 Craziest Coaches." Alabama strength and conditioning coach Scott Cochran and Auburn defensive coordinator Will Muschamp also represent the SEC on the list.
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