Meandering our way through the offseason minutia, one one-liner at a time…
— The Baltimore Sun lists the 10 storylines to watch as Maryland opens spring practice; unfortunately, four of those storylines have already requested a transfer.
— Birmingham News: Recruiting 2013 could be known as the Year of the Quarterback.
— After moving from quarterback to wide receiver two years ago, Richard Morrison is moving back under center for Arizona this spring.
— New head coach Bill O’Brien (not pictured) “screamed and pumped his fists” after learning the nation’s top tight end had given Penn State a verbal commitment.
— AnnArbor.com: Michigan seeking consistency at the quarterback position.
— To spur competition at the running back position, Bronco Mendenhall brought in BYU rugby star Paul Lasike, who has never played the game of football. Apparently, that challenge worked.
— How did the ninth day of spring practice go for San Diego State? “Pretty bad.”
— Don’t forget John Schrock — not to be confused with Don Strock — when it comes to Colorado’s quarterback competition.
— Thanks to attrition, Clemson’s moving a defensive tackle to the interior of its line — and he’ll likely earn a starting job.
— Wake Forest has both a new offensive line coach and the prospect of replacing four starters along the line.
— Running back Brennan Clay is looking to transform himself into a leader for Oklahoma in 2012.
— Colorado is still looking to finalize a deal to play an unnamed team from the Northeast sometime between 2014-16.