Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith supports the idea of playing the Big Ten championship game in Detroit when the contract with Indianapolis runs out in three years.
— Newark Star Ledger: New athletic director Julie Hermann needs to prove she can be a visionary for Rutgers.
— While an agreement in principle has been reached to renew the Memphis-Tennessee hoops rivalry, a continuation of the football series remains up in the air.
— Michigan State’s Spartan Stadium North end zone project involves Homeland Security issue.
— Former Penn State quarterback Steven Bench tells the Tampa Bay Times his visit to USF left him impressed.
— At least for now, former Alabama offensive coordinator Jim McElwain is looking forward to bringing his Colorado State team to Bryant-Denny Stadium this fall.
— Having an East Coast recruiting presence is being embraced by Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi.
— Four Utes looking to replace the production in the running game lost with the departure of John White.
— Safety Ebo Makinde posted the fasted 40-yard dash time (4.24) at Boise State’s spring testing day.
— Speaking of Boise State, Bronco Stadium will be getting a new 60-foot-by-33-foot video board to replace the one installed in 2001.
— Class of 2014 Kentucky football recruits banding together on Twitter.