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.
Drew Henson was a schoolboy sensation in football and baseball. He wanted to play both and did, but not devoting himself to one might have cost him a career in either.
Trey Burke has turned to his inner circle in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio, to prepare for the NBA draft and transition to the life of a professional.
When USC defeated Alabama, 42-21, as the first fully integrated team playing the Crimson Tide in the South, it changed the course of college football forever.
Juco OT Jermaine Eluemunor knew little about football when his family emigrated from London to the United States in 2009. But he's a quick learner, and nearly every top program in the country has taken notice.
AJ McCarron chose to stay in school rather than jump to the NFL. Then he watched as three QBs who one year before him made the same decision took a tumble on draft day.
Florida signs its share of ESPN 150 prospects, but the Gators also show they can turn top recruits into top college players.
Even though he was sidelined for the season in the second game, redshirt freshman linebacker Nyeem Wartman gave a glimpse into a bright future.l
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.
Biletnikoff Winner Marqise Lee is set as one starting wide receiver for USC, but the battle to find Robert Woods' replacement is one of the most important of the spring.
Giving credit to being coached remarkably well at FSU, O-lineman Menelik Watson knew he was ready for the NFL despite his abbreviated, 20-game college career.
His first three years at Georgia were a struggle, with one injury after another. Now fully healthy, fifth-year senior Austin Long has a chance to compete for a starting job.
Florida's track record with junior college signees has not been good. Many flamed out with little impact on the program. The Gators are hoping the latest crop turns it around.
Alabama's AD knows that the constant turnover among Nick Saban's assistance is certainly nothing to sweat. Moreover, it's something of which the perennial national champs can be proud.
Alabama is known for getting underclassmen ready to play big-time college football, and many of them are already prepared to play in the NFL.
With 13 true freshmen already enrolled at UGA, the Bulldogs are ready to give them a chance in spring practice and see who can help fill some of the team's holes.