Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— Clemson’s 2012 offense has set the bar high for this year’s edition.
— After mostly flying under the radar, Penn State assistant Larry Johnson says defensive end Deion Barnes must adjust to extra attention this season.
— Deseret News: Neutral-site games have become an important part of BYU’ scheduling strategy.
— The conference transition to the Mountain West fits like a glove for Utah State.
— Cleveland Plain Dealer: Bowl games, TV deals, BCS money all a part of MAC negotiations for commissioner Jon Steinbrecher.
— Syracuse Post- Standard: Syracuse left tackle Sean Hickey bulks up thanks to protein-rich diet.
— For whatever reason, bettors are putting their money where their mouths are when it comes to Iowa in its matchup with Northwestern.
— Kansas unveils five new helmets it’ll use during the 2013 season.
— Speaking of helmets, FAU debuted a new design for the upcoming season.
— 2013 Alabama signee Derrick Henry has been named as MaxPreps’ Male Athlete of the Year.
— San Diego State may be turning itself into a recruiting power in the Mountain West.
— Colorado State adds JUCO cornerback Saladin McCullough II to its 2013 recruiting class.