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Wednesday offseason one-liners

WVU Football AP

Meandering our way through the offseason minutia, a lone one-liner at a time…

– Like the rest of college football, BYU players and coaches are catching their breath this short holiday before gearing up for the push toward fall.

– Former Sun Devils tell the Arizona Republic that the Camp Tontozona return a step in the right direction for ASU football.

Dustin Garrison considers himself a leader of the running back pack at West Virginia.

Gainesville Sun: Early playing time likely in the cards for Florida freshmen.

– Former Washington Husky and Oakland Raider star Ben Davidson died Monday night at the age of 72 after battling prostate cancer.

– Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege tells the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal he’s been encouraged by the Red Raiders’ summer workouts.

– Former Oklahoma State cornerback Andrew McGee talks to the Daily Oklahoman about his new gig as a West Virginia grad assistant.

– Four-star Indianapolis defensive tackle Darius Latham gives a verbal commitment to Wisconsin.

– Work continues on the reconstruction of Alabama’s practice fields even during the holiday, and al.com has the photographic evidence.

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