Georgia put up a lot of big numbers on offense a year ago, but it has the pieces in place to be better in 2013.
WolverineNation surveyed 19 departing football players to get their thoughts on breakout players for 2013, redshirts to watch and if they had any regrets about their careers.
As the spring evaluation period begins, DawgNation offers a guide to the players and places that should have the Bulldogs' coaches attention.
Georgia has had success recruiting North Carolina running backs and turning them into stars. ESPN Watch List RB Elijah Hood has taken notice and is suddenly high on the Bulldogs.
Brian Poole, Bear Cummings and a few others are showing they're keepers, and the backups and quarterback and punter struggled. Florida Gators beat writer Michael DiRocco made 10 key observations during the open portion of spring practice.
Jordan Kovacs' rise from walk on to contributor to starter to captain is one that will live in Michigan football lore.
Kenny Demens was right in the middle of one of the worst defenses in Michigan history then watched Brady Hoke and Greg Mattison turn the unit around.
J.T. Floyd did everythini he could to prepare his teammates in the secondary for the Outback Bowl, but he had a hard time not making the trip.
Florida's stars will be counted on to perform next fall, but the team will need contributions from everywhere in order to compete. Here are some under-the-radar candidates who will need to shine.
Former Michigan defensive end Craig Roh played at several spots in several schemes, but the end result is he leaves Michigan as the all-time leader in consecutive starts.
Ricky Barnum arrived at Michigan as the No. 4 guard in the class of 2008, but it still took him three years before he became a starter.
Former Michigan defensive tackle Will Campbell finally lived up to his potential in his senior season after admittedly being "lazy" when he came to Ann Arbor.
USC has its sights set on local tight end Tyler Luatua. If Luatua stays home, he'd be the latest in long line of Trojans greats at that position.
Elliott Mealer arrived at Michigan after being in a car accident in which his father and his girlfriend were killed. The next five years didn't go as planned, but Mealer perservered.
Former walk-on Nathan Brink had emerged as a rotation player on the defensive eline and even had earned a scholarship before one last concussion forced him to walk away.