Meandering our way through the offseason minutia, a lone one-liner at a time…
— Associated Press: “Condolences streamed in from as far as Texas and Massachusetts as fans and friends gathered Thursday to pay tribute to former West Virginia University football Coach Bill Stewart.”
— Ohio State linebacker/freak John Simon (pictured) says Urban Meyer “calling me ‘Tebowish,’ that means a lot.”
— After setting a personal best in the long jump (25′ 5.5″), Marquise Lee, whose day job is stud wide receiver at USC, moved on to the NCAA Championships next month in Iowa.
— The esteemed and/or imitable Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times does his post-spring thing in a Q&A centered on the Washington Huskies.
— New Penn State head coach Bill O’Brien reviews the Nittany Lions’ spring and previews the 2012 schedule in an interview with the school’s official website.
— AnnArbor.com: Michigan football commit Mike McCray, son of former Ohio State captain, receives offer from Buckeyes.
— al.com: Auburn targeting some big-name prospects during Big Cat recruiting weekend.
— The Deseret News reports that BYU has landed a verbal commitment from former Washington signee and current “massive” JUCO defensive lineman Ma’ataua Brown, and by “massive” they mean 6-5, 360 pounds.
— Stanford head coach David Shaw has been named Male Coach of the Year by the Black Coaches & Administrators.
— Former Arizona State quarterback Andrew Walter spent some time this past week with the three players vying for his old job.