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Tuesday night one-liners

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

— Once on The Swamp side of the Florida-Tennessee rivalry, Robert Gillespie is now fully embracing the Vols side.

— Auburn 2013 coaching staff will make $1.6 million less than last year’s three-win staff.

— Thanks to the dearth of players at wide receiver, cornerback Loucheiz Purifoy will work exclusively at that position for the first week of spring; he will, though, remain at corner when the real footballs start flying (probably).

Kyle Van Noy looking to bulk up for both short-term BYU success and his long-term NFL prospects. takes a look at the current state of the most important position (their words, not mine) in Bill O’Brien‘s offense: the running backs.

— For the second consecutive season, Oklahoma will not raise season-ticket prices.

— Northwestern’s Pat Fitzgerald pleased with how his offensive line replacements have looked thus far this spring.

— As is ofttimes the case this time of year, Iowa is one of the teams with multiple players switching positions.

— Thus far, Washington has added just walk-on — an offensive lineman — following a tryout last week.

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2 Responses to “Tuesday night one-liners”
  1. thefiesty1 says: Mar 12, 2013 11:27 PM

    What? Are all the RB’s switching positions since Greg Davis arrived as RB coach?

  2. raysfan1 says: Mar 13, 2013 9:45 AM

    Bully for OU on not raising prices. Of course their single game prices in the nose bleed section are $90 each. Sorry, but that’s too much. Throw in parking, etc, and taking a family of 4 is over $400 for one afternoon of entertainment. I’ve lived in OKC for 3 years now, have yet to attend an OU game despite loving college football, and still won’t this coming season.

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