Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— A scary thought on Oregon’s starting quarterback, from a division rival: “As good as Marcus Mariota is physically, what he has between the ears is even better.”
— Both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are playing coy (publicly) when it comes to their respective quarterback competitions.
— Success is a relative term on the defensive side of the ball in the Big 12.
— A long, hot summer could mean progress for Tennessee’s defensive line.
— While it may be a liability in a traditional offense, 5-10, 185-pound wide receiver Josh Stewart‘s size should be an asset in Oklahoma State’s spread.
— Lack of picks in 2012 will provide motivation for Auburn’s secondary in 2013.
— After playing the 2012 season with a torn ACL, Utah’s Trevor Reilly is hoping his surgically-repaired knee will help stabilize Utah’s defensive line.
— Al.com: Dynamic Middle Tennessee offense, led by quarterback Logan Kilgore, ready for Conference USA challenges.