Meandering our way through the offseason minutia, one one-liner at a time…
— Tommy Tuberville gives his Texas Tech offense a grade of “C” thus far this spring, although in fairness it wasn’t an open playbook test.
— The medical condition — and university attorneys — that kept Armond Armstead off the playing field in 2011 also kept him off the practice field for USC’s Pro Day.
— Urban Meyer penned a letter of apology to Scarlet & Gay — Ohio State’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender alumni society — after the group learned that the Buckeyes had been making underperforming players wear lavender-mesh jerseys.
— Virginia Tech will pay its coaching staff nearly $5 million in 2012, with all of Frank Beamer‘s assistants making more than $200,000.
— John Hoover Tulsa World asks if it’s fair for Landry Jones to be considered the best quarterback in OU history. Sooner QBs coach Josh Heupel‘s response? “Why wouldn’t it be?”
— Even as every single sign points to it, Riley Nelson is not ready to proclaim himself the starter at quarterback for BYU.
— Missouri is ditching the 40-year-long tradition of the block “M” adorning its football helmets.
— Gina Mizell of the Daily Oklahoman takes a peek at Oklahoma State’s position battles following a conversation with head coach Mike Gundy.