Breaking down where the Gators' defensive depth chart stands following spring practice.
Alabama has won three of the last four national titles, and might add another this season. But some major work needs to be done filling holes on the offensive line first.
With the deregulation of recruiting that is set to become official in August, Alabama is being proactive with its hires of Kevin Steele and Kerry Stevenson.
The Florida Gators' 2012 recruiting class featured 14 players who were on the field for a significant amount of time as freshmen, and several will be competing for starting jobs in 2013.
The Gators need several freshmen to make instant impacts in 2013, but Florida's recent history shows that it's rare for even three freshmen to do so.
The defense loses quite a few key players from 2012's lockdown unit, but there are several young Gators that will get an opportunity to shine.
With an opportunity to focus on the big picture of his development, rather than a weekly game plan, freshman Dante Fowler Jr. is making rapid strides in advance of the Allstate Sugar Bowl.
At some point, Florida Gators coach Will Muschamp is going to need to fill a spot on his staff and he's making sure he's prepared when that does happen.
As it has all season, Florida's defense led the way to another win. This time it was courtesy of four interceptions in a 14-7 victory against Missouri.
Waiting patiently for his turn, then through lower-body injuries, Eddie Lacy is finally leading the Alabama ground attack.
Look no further than Alabama's offensive line to learn why the Crimson Tide were so dominant against the Michigan Wolverines: Blocking created 171 yards untouched out of 234 yards rushing.
GatorNation's Michael DiRocco offers the six most likely freshmen who can make an impact for the Florida Gators this season.
With the Tide possibly looking for an heir to Trent Richardson, four-star recruit T.J. Yeldon is ready to audition for the job.
Spring practice likely will be the last chance for some of UF's returning defensive linemen to prove they belong on the field or risk getting passed by newcomers.
A look at where USC stands position-by-position in its 2012 recruiting class a week before national signing day.
With the Tide possibly looking for an heir to Trent Richardson, four-star recruit T.J. Yeldon arrived on campus Tuesday ready to audition for the job.