Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— Oregon has paid $208,991 to the law firm investigating possible NCAA violations.
— Butch Jones says his Tennessee players are being “transformed” during the “voluntary” summer conditioning program.
— Details of Colorado defensive coordinator Kent Baer‘s contract have been released.
— Penn State running back Zach Zwinak is emerging as a force in the Big Ten.
— Detroit Free Press: Mark Dantonio is looking forward to some down time to be a “regular person.”
— Because he needed to focus on academics this spring, wide receiver Quinta Funderburk, a transfer from Arkansas, is currently buried on Syracuse’s depth chart.
— Deseret News: Partnership with ESPN is critical to BYU’s scheduling efforts as an independent.
— Quarterback Gary Nova says the results will do the talking for Rutgers’ offense in 2013.
— Led by quarterback Nick Marshall, there are now 20 football newcomers on Auburn’s campus.
— Northern Illinois backup quarterback Matt Williams shaking off the stick-and-ball rust.
— After it dipped in 2012, San Diego State is hoping it sees a spike in attendance this season.
— Memphis head coach Justin Fuente recorded his first career hole-in-one and I hate you Justin Fuente.
— The Patriot-News says Penn State is shifting its recruiting focus to hybrid players.