Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota trying to find the balance between staying in the pocket and getting the hell out of Dodge.
— Wide receiver Martavis Bryant proclaims himself a changed man, which should be good news for Clemson’s offense.
— Alabama’s getting set for the Tide’s first scrimmage of the spring.
— Harrison Jones won’t be brotherless at Alabama this season.
— Despite it not being a “real” spring game, Florida is still expecting top recruiting talent to flock to Saturday’s Orange & Blue Debut.
— “Accountability without the coaches” will be the theme for Tennessee’s defense during Saturday’s scrimmage.
— Senior defensive end Garrison Smith looking to “leave a legacy of (being one of) the all-time greatest teams to come through” Georgia.
— Vanderbilt looking to find a better balance on the offensive side of the ball.
— Mizzou’s quarterback competition will be front and center for the Tigers’ spring game.
— Davis Webb skipped his senior prom to participate in Texas Tech’s spring practice, and it appears the decision is paying off.
— Spring game won’t settle Memphis’ quarterback competition.
— Maryland to hold an open practice at a local high school; insert the jokes at your leisure.
— Sophomore defensive end Keymiya Harrell will miss the remainder of Auburn’s spring practice sessions due to an undisclosed injury
— ESPN will cover portions of the final rolling of Auburn’s famed Toomer’s Corner oaks live.
— al.com: “Mal Moore passed away six days ago, but his final resting place is appropriate for a man who never needed the limelight to shine.”