Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
– While the coaching staff won’t publicly acknowledge it, Taysom Hill has seized control of BYU’s quarterback battle.
– New Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich is still adjusting to what he describes as “a heck of an opportunity.”
– Tennessee will hold its first scrimmage of the spring Saturday morning, and coaches are looking for some playmakers to emerge.
– Dabo Swinney is borderline amazed at the transformation of the Clemson defensive end position both athletically and depth-wise.
– Upping the tempo is Job 1 with first-year Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre.
– Experience may not be a strength, but potential is for Utah’s offensive line.
– Penn State redshirt freshman linebacker Ben Kline will miss spring practice after undergoing shoulder surgery.
– Former Syracuse offensive lineman Quinn Ojinnaka is angling for a career in professional wrestling.
– Larry Scott reiterates that the Pac-12 is “ready to make an agreement with DirecTV” to carry his conference’s network.