The practice-time clock is ticking away on Texas' efforts to install a new no-huddle offense. That puts pressure on many a Longhorn to learn and adapt.
Major Applewhite gave Texas fans a taste of the spread in the Valero Alamo Bowl. How will it look going forward? Here are five spring storylines for the Longhorns.
Bill O'Brien's "NASCAR" offense has put a jolt in Penn State, as the Nittany Lions are scoring and winning at a banner clip.
Ohio State proved at Michigan State that it has the ability to change gears from its uptempo, no-huddle offense down to a possession-based, clock-killing style when necessary.
Three top players who transferred from Lakewood to rival St. John Bosco are garnering interest from around the Pac-12.
Ohio State's offense languished through a tough first quarter, but Devin Smith's one-handed TD catch ignited the offense, and the Buckeyes cruised past Miami (Ohio).
Entering Year 2 of the no-huddle offense, Aaron Murray and Co. have Georgia exuding the confidence that comes with knowing the scheme better every day and looking forward to even more productivity in 2012.
With buckets of wins and flashy uniforms, Oregon is becoming heavy recruiting competition for USC.
Emmanuel Acho wanted to be the hub of Manny Diaz's defense, and has taken on being the defense's chief communicator.
Georgia didn't use a no-huddle offense at all last season, but it's beginning to yield positive results this season in its early stages.
As the season's third game approaches, USC is searching for the right cornerback combination and a starter at left guard.