To that end, a whopping 43 teams — if our math is correct — will conduct their annual spring games Saturday. From seven members of the Big Ten to six apiece in the SEC and ACC, each of the 11 conferences will have at least one team putting the finishing touches on the last — in most cases — of its 15 spring sessions.
And, of course, we’ here at CFT will have you covered throughout. This post will serve as a “landing page” for all of our spring coverage, replete with all sorts of links, tidbits and other minutia from today’s games and will be updated throughout the afternoon and into the evening — or night as the case may be.
So, enjoy this little break from the off-field soap operas and bask in the last “real” football — aside from a handful of spring games the next couple of weekends — for the next five months or so.
— Relieved Trojans get through spring game unscathed. (April 15, 12:36 a.m. ET)
— Big Ten spring games wrap-up. (April 15, 1:11 a.m. ET)
— Spring game officially launches post-Moore era at Boise State. (11:54 p.m. ET)
— Stanford headlines Pac-12 spring games wrap-up. (10:36 p.m. ET)
— SEC spring games wrap-up. (10:18 p.m. ET)
— ACC spring games wrap-up. (8:57 p.m. ET)
— Oklahoma goes beyond Belldozer package in spring game in this Big 12 wrap-up. (7:21 p.m. ET)
— Defense takes advantage of a (basically) Denard-less Michigan offense. (6:59 p.m. ET)
— Newcomers shine, McCarron struggles in Tide’s A-Day spring finale. (6:18 p.m. ET)
— Big East spring games wrap-up. (4:37 p.m. ET)
— Mother Nature wreaking havoc on Midwest spring games, the Big Ten in particular. (2:42 p.m. ET)
— Due to inclement weather — and by “inclement weather” we mean “OMG, we’re all gonna die!!!” — Indiana’s spring game was moved indoors. (1:12 p.m. ET)
— Purdue has cancelled its spring game scheduled for today due to rainy weather. Instead, the Boilermakers will conduct a scrimmage indoors, which will be closed to the public. (12:41 p.m. ET)
— Leading WR one of a dozen ‘Noles to miss spring game