A skydiving accident changed everything for FSU outfielder Stephen Spradling. As the Seminoles press ahead in the NCAA tournament, Spradling is moving forward and inspiring the Noles.
Kenny Vaccaro is the latest example of Mack Brown's staff developing a player without overwhelming recruiting accolades into a top NFL draft pick.
Noah Spence's daily battles with All-Big Ten offensive tackle Jack Mewhort have been eye-opening, as the rising sophomore defensive end is showing star potential in Ohio State spring practice.
After a productive spring which saw him emerge as Florida's go-to running back, sophomore Matt Jones got to relax during Florida's final spring practice session on Saturday.
Georgia's rebuilt defense had something to prove at the annual G-Day scrimmage, and they came through fairly well. Aaron Murray threw for 200 yards in a 23-17 by the Black over the Red.
There are two distinct sides to Florida's Mike Rosario. For the Gators to advance in the NCAA tournament, they'll need the good Mike to show up.
The first test is at 6 a.m today. That's when Texas coaches will find out who did what during the 10-day break and who is capable of doing what during the next seven practices.
Florida coach Will Muschamp expects a smooth transition at the running back position, even though the Gators lost 1,000-yard workhorse Mike Gillislee.
Depth on the offensive line was a major issue for the Georgia Bulldogs in recent seasons, but with every player back for 2013, it's now a position of great strength.
Florida has a long legacy of father-son legacies. Kelvin Taylor, son of all-time great Fred Taylor and Marcell Harris, son of former reserve Mike Harris are the latest.
Like all coaches, Georgia's leader wants to work on fundamentals and build team unity in spring practice, but most of all he wants competition -- in everything.
A look at how the 10 former Florida Gators fared at the NFL scouting combine leading into the 2013 NFL draft.
The Sooners always talk about putting a fence around the state of Oklahoma. Now's their chance. Not since the vaunted Class of 2006 has the state been so loaded with talent.
It's a good thing that freshmen Chris Mayes and John Atkins will be around for spring ball, as Georgia needs them to fill a major hole at nose tackle.
Adjusting to a new offense along with a high-tempo philosophy will make spring practice especially interesting for Texas' offense.
The 2013 Michigan recruiting listed according to the ranking of each by ESPNU's recruiting staff.