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Sunday afternoon one-liners

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Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…

Jon Solomon of al.com lists the five things you should be looking for as the SEC kicks off its annual spring meetings Tuesday.

– The Oklahoma athletic department is doing yeoman’s work in helping out their tornado-ravaged state.

– Former Tide assistant Jeff Stoutland, on working on Chip Kelly‘s Philadelphia Eagles staff: “[T]his stuff is no different than what I was teaching at Alabama.”

– Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher does an extensive Q&A with the Tallahassee Democrat.

– Offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee claims that very new Auburn receiver has the opportunity to contribute in 2013.

Darrell Hazell‘s boss says the first-year Purdue head coach has faced several challenges since his hiring, and met them all.

– The Deseret News writes that Utah State’s move to the Mountain West means the Aggies finally have a real place of its own.

– Lingering injuries end the playing career of Ball State tight end David Schneider.

– Former Florida wide receiver Reidel Anthony is training a future Gator who plays the same position.

– Offensive line and wide receiver have become West Virginia’s top priorities on the 2014 recruiting trail.

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