Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— Are you tougher than a Bulldog? Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr revealed at the MWC media days that he played the entire 2012 season with an abdominal tear.
— PennLive.com has an interesting historical perspective on Penn State quarterback transitions.
— It was Casey Pachall‘s choice not to attend Big 12 media days, TCU head coach Gary Patterson says.
— Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas has developed a mean edge this offseason, which could be good news to Hokie Nation.
— Mike London acknowledges that David Watford will be Virginia’s starting quarterback entering summer camp.
— The West Lafayette Journal and Courier lists its all-time Purdue football team — and Drew Brees makes the cut at quarterback over Len Dawson and Bob Griese.
— In somewhat of a rarity, Kansas State will return all five starters to an offensive line that’s one of the best in the nation.
— After transferring from BYU to Kansas and sitting out the 2012 season, quarterback Jake Heaps is “chomping at the bit to” get back on the field and can people please realize that it’s champing?
— USF coaches want USF’s offensive line to be strong like Bull (see what we did there?).
— The football uniforms Tennessee will wear will have minor changes in 2013.
— Contain your excitement: the Big 12 unveiled a new logo Monday.