Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— Coming off a six-loss season, Mark Dantonio goes
delusional on the record by saying that Michigan State is “not that far away” from a return trip to the Rose Bowl that’s a quarter century in the making.
— If you’re in the mood for both a feel-good story and the shedding of a tear or two along the way, read this piece from The Oregonian‘s Lindsay Schnell on Oregon State wide receiver and burgeoning star Brandin Cooks.
— His momma calls him “Clint Chelf” while his football family calls him “Steady Eddie,” which is much better than “Choo Choo.”
— Mark Richt has apparently decided to cannonball right into the Twitterverse.
— Televised spring games not exactly “Must-See TV” for Utah’s Kyle Whittingham (or anyone else with a semblance of a life for that matter).
— True frosh history could be repeating itself at inside linebacker for Colorado.
— New North Carolina State head coach Dave Doeren still looking for “the guy” at quarterback.
— Auburn defensive tackle Ben Bradley has shed 30 pounds to get down to his fighting weight of 300(ish) pounds.
— Tennessee continues preparations for Saturday’s Orange & White game.
— Hard work has been kind to Utah safety Tyron Morris-Edwards, which in kind could be good news for the Utes’ defense.
— Wide receiver-turned-cornerback Ian Thomas is looking to fill a void for Rutgers at cornerback.
— Nearly two dozen recruits will take in Penn State’s spring game Saturday.