Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…
— Steve Spurrier being, well, the Ol’ Ball Coach when it came to his South Carolina team Thursday: “Pretty sorry practice tonight, it really was.”
— Jeff Driskel returns to practice at Florida after missing six sessions due to an emergency appendectomy.
— Further south, UCF’s Blake Bortles also returned to practice, albeit in a limited capacity.
— Things aren’t looking good on the injury front for starting Illinois STAR Eric Finney.
— Utah safety Reshawn Hooker suffered what could be a career-ending concussion.
— Starting Wisconsin linebacker Ethan Armstrong out indefinitely with what for the time being is being described as a minor leg injury.
— Clemson players give a roar of approval over individual iPads; Dabo Swinney calls the technological development a game-changer.
— Changes abound on myriad fronts at the wide receiver position at Kansas State.
— Veteran Florida State wide receiver Willie Haulstead academically ineligible and won’t play in 2013.
— Competing for a starting linebacker spot, Toledo’s Jaylen Coleman will instead spend the next couple/few months rehabbing a knee injury.
— Western Michigan’s strength & conditioning explains why he took his players on a field trip to a local grocery store.
— Washington has decided to retire the famed Husky Helmet Car.
— The Wisconsin coaching staff surprises walk-on senior Nick Hill with a scholarship during a team meeting.