Meandering our way through the offseason, a solitary one-liner at a time…
— Despite a significant offensive turnaround in 2012, UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley still looks back on the game tape with disgust.
— David Climer of The Tennessean
whines writes that Alabama’s recruiting math doesn’t add up.
— The Oregonian: With his mom in Afghanistan, Oregon State safety Tyrequek Zimmerman shoulders heavy load.
— Losing assistant coach Jerry Montgomery to Oklahoma is not a huge blow to Michigan, but it will have an impact on the recruiting trail. Speaking of which…
— The hiring of Montgomery is a clear signal that Bob Stoops has made recruiting an even higher priority at Oklahoma.
— Former Alabama and Auburn football players will put aside their Iron Bowl rivalry for the benefit of a local high school football program.
— Illinois head coach Tim Beckman reached out to friends in the coaching profession in an attempt to get the Illini back on track after a dismal first season in Champaign.
— C.J. Brown, one of the 792 Maryland quarterbacks to suffer season-ending injuries last season, is ahead of schedule in the rehab process.
— The Memphis Commercial Appeal explores what the new Big East TV deal means to the Tigers’ bottom line.
— Three returning starters are among the baker’s dozen who will miss Northwestern’s spring practice, which kicks off Wednesday morning.
— Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times continues his positional look at the Washington Huskies heading into the spring with an overview of the offensive line.
— Knoxville News Sentinel: Once a trio, Tyler Bray, Justin Hunter and Cordarrelle Patterson go under individual microscopes at the NFL Combine.
— San Diego Union-Tribune: Aztecs look for talent at TE, CB this spring.
— Deseret News: No one can argue that changing BYU’s colors has not been a business success.
— Former Tennessee offensive lineman Anthony Parker has joined the Vols as a grad assistant.