As Oklahoma gears up for summer workouts, SoonerNation writer Jake Trotter has 10 things we learned about this team from the spring.
As a kid growing up in the eastern Oklahoma town of Sallisaw, Steve Davis had two dreams. He wanted to be a Baptist minister, and he wanted to quarterback the Sooners. He achieved both of those dreams.
Joshua Perry understands he needs to study more in order to be more effective on the field for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Texas had its chance with some of the best of the best in the 2013 class. What would it look like had the Horns gotten everyone they wanted.
With Ohio State's undefeated season in the books, the Buckeyes' assistant coaches are sure to be in demand. Urban Meyer realizes this but will do his best to keep his staff together.
Thanks to the "Belldozer" formation, sophomore backup quarterback Blake Bell is quickly emerging as one of the most effective and efficient rushing quarterbacks in Oklahoma history.
Did Texas QB David Ash light the stat book on fire against Wyoming? No, but he moved the chains, protected the ball and, most importantly, got a win.
With 29 wins and eight losses, Landry Jones trails only two quarterbacks in school history for most wins. He'll likely become No. 1 early this season. So why is he still underappreciated by fans?
It might not seem obvious now, but before the 2012 season is over, UGA's history books could include a new name among the Bulldogs' all-time best receivers: Tavarres King.
Hunter Lochmann came from the New York Knicks to join Michigan as its first chief marketing officer for athletics.
There wasn't much to learn from the spring game, but here is a 7-on-7 look at spring football
Welcome to Oklahoma, where the starting quarterback seems at times to be enemy No. 1. Lauded nationally. Loathed locally. That's what Landry Jones has to deal with.
Junior day visitors come away impressed with USC's academic reputation and presentation.
With a legendary high school career in the books, expectations await Johnathan Gray at Texas. The running back is ready to embrace them.
This week's Roundtable is all about the hardware, as the WeAreSC panel hands out its postseason awards.