After back-to-back three-loss seasons, Bob Stoops shook things up by firing three assistants. That, combined with a regime change at quarterback, makes this spring perhaps the most intriguing -- and most critical -- of the Stoops era.
Texas has talented individuals who want to succeed, but the team as a whole is lacking. All they can do now is try desperately to find their confidence.
Steve Bisheff writes that USC coach Lane Kiffin needs to spend some time building his defense instead of just focusing on the offense.
Recruiting junior college players is no longer a get-rich-quick way of program-building, and the Longhorns could benefit from pursuing more juco players.
Kansas State Wildcats coach Bill Snyder does more than OK in recruiting unsung players from Oklahoma
La Mirada tight end Tyler Luatua was supposed to catch a boatload of passes Friday night against St. Paul, but the game dictated he block -- and he's OK with that.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom Van Haaren writes about the fact Michael Ferns' commitment won't necessarily open the floodgates for 2014.
New Jersey native Anthony Sarao fits the bill of the East Coast tough guy, something that should help him get time as a redshirt freshman LB for USC this season.
DL Henry Poggi wants a school with great coaches and an academic reputation that will help him later in life. Michigan seems to fit the bill, especially with Poggi's dad.
With Lane Kiffin putting a premium on early enrollees, here is a list of commits and targets that could fit the bill.
Bo Schembechler was a taskmaster who wasn't always easy to play for. But behind closed doors he cherished his players, his family and his friends, and he alwasy kept them close.
Michigan's current roster of running backs doesn't exactly fit the bill for the preferred style of Brady Hoke and Al Borges, but they have had their moments this season.
Juco prospect Cordarrelle Patterson fits the Georgia receiver mold -- tall, lanky, speedy and with good hands.
Linebacker commit Scott Starr is cut from the same mold as recent USC standout Clay Matthews and Brian Cushing.