Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— Out of Denard Robinson‘s shadow, Devin Gardner looking to live up to the hype as Michigan’s new quarterback.
— Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Johnny Manziel’s private coach, George Whitfield Jr., is making a name for himself.
— The Tampa Bay Times maintains that USF still serves as the model for college football startups.
— Pittsburgh expecting even bigger things from All-American candidate Aaron Donald.
— Michigan State coaches can’t stop raving about new starting cornerback Trae Waynes.
— Oft-injured Kansas running back Brandon Bourbon feeling as strong and confident as ever.
— The Mumme returns to SMU… as the playcalling offensive coordinator?
— Second-year head coach Garrick McGee will be relying on UAB’s senior leadership this fall.
— Michigan State plans to allocate about $4 million to its football program from outside the athletic department.
— Former Utah and current Miami Dolphin lineman Paul Soliai has donated $250,000 for the Utes’ new football center, which will fund the Paul and LeTasha Soliai Player Lounge.
— “Treating him like a family member” helped South Carolina land linebacker David Johnson.