Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
– Did Michigan State’s B1G climb take a hit with its East division draw?
– Size matters more than speed when it comes to Michigan’s recruiting of wide receivers.
– The Syracuse Post-Standard has some Orange storylines to watch heading into the summer.
– Gus Malzahn releases Auburn’s post-spring depth chart, stresses that the competition is “going to be wide-open once fall camp begins.”
– After being granted permission by Miami to look into transfer options, fourth-string quarterback Preston Dewey has decided to remain with the ‘Canes.
– Courtesy of mlive.com, here are six Michigan players who have earned more playing time based on strong spring showings.
– A by-the-numbers look at the post-spring Penn State Nittany Lions.
– Meanwhile, the Seattle Times poses five post-spring questions for Washington.
– A strong performance in Minnesota’s spring game shows how far wide receiver Jamel Harbison has come since suffering season-opening ACL tear last year.
– Boston College to eschew names on back of jerseys for 2013 season “so we stand as one.”
– Deseret News: Decade-long success has made Utah football a pro pipeline.
– Temple athletic director Bill Bradshaw retiring June 30 “to give full attention to personal issues within his family