Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— First-year Cal head coach Sonny Dykes: “I went to WAC media day last year and I interviewed myself. I asked some hard-hitting questions of myself.”
— All-American tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins will be on the field with his Washington teammates when camp opens next month.
— After pontificating on zombies and Geronimo, Mike Leach acknowledged that Connor Halliday is the frontrunner to become Washington State’s starting quarterback.
— A bump pay was not part of the contract extension Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops signed.
— Mississippi State won’t be affected by Oklahoma State playing “I’ve got a secret” at the quarterback position.
— Washington’s Steve Sarkisian proclaims his Huskies to be “a better football team” entering 2013.
— After a challenging first season in the Pac-12, Utah will come into the 2013 season with a chip on their collective shoulders.
— Salt Lake Tribune: modifying Utah State agreement shows BYU wants meaningful November games
— Mark Dantonio says he and his staff “can’t make a mistake on character” when bringing recruits to Michigan State.
— Injuries aside, Jerry Kill is satisfied with how Minnesota’s offensive line is shaping up.
— The Des Moines Register asks if there will be enough footballs to satisfy Iowa State’s plethora of running backs.
— Al.com: Rice quarterback Taylor McHargue looking to stay healthy, take Owls to new heights.
— Larry Coker is relishing the challenge of building a football program at UT-San Antonio.
— GoGamecocks.com takes a look at some of the changes/additions made to South Carolina roster.
— As he failed to qualify academically, Cal won’t have defensive end and 2013 signee Takkarist McKinley at its disposal.
— Texas Tech adds a JUCO defensive lineman to its 2013 recruiting class.