Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— Mark Richt downplays the impact of the loss of suspended safety Josh Harvey-Clemons for Georgia’s opener against Clemson.
— Speaking of UGA, a pair of talented Bulldog running backs are trying to shake the “Gurshall” moniker.
— Pac-12 schools likely to realize eye-popping revenue.
— Al.com: Numbers dwindling from state of Alabama’s star-studded and star-crossed Class of 2011
— Andrew Maxwell is Michigan State’s starting quarterback (right now).
— Could Michigan offensive skill players go 3,000/1,000/1,000 for the first time since 2003?
— In MSU-UM scheduling news, athletic director Mark Hollis says he’s still open to his Spartans taking on the Wolverines under the lights.
— Penn State transfer quarterback Steven Bench already making his presence felt at USF.
— “Sooner t-shirted contractor” lawsuit against Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy is moving forward.
— More takeaways a must for Clemson in 2013.
— Despite a pair of transfers at the position, Gus Malzahn‘s not concerned about Auburn’s depth at linebacker.
— Hired by the fired athletic director, Colorado’s Mike MacIntyre will have no choice but to adapt to a new boss.
— Ticket pricing options have been released for the $425 million renovation of Texas A&M’s Kyle Field that is expected to be completed in 2015.
— Jamal Brown, the son of former Kansas and Green Bay Packers great Gilbert Brown, will be a walk-on for the Jayhawks this fall.