Ohio State has the talent and depth in its secondary to make packages with extra defensive backs a staple of its playbook, and tje Buckeyes certainly won't hesitate to play to their strengths.
Florida has constantly talked about how its offense will be better in its second year under coordinator Brent Pease. If SEC track records are any indication, the Gators have reasons for optimism.
Cornelius Greene justified Woody Hayes' choice of him as the first black QB in OSU history when he led the Buckeyes to an undefeated season capped by a Rose Bowl victory.
Curtis Grant arrived at Ohio State with a lot of hype but has very little to show for it through two seasons. With another chance at MLB, he knows that now is his time to shine.
Steve Bisheff wonders if Lane Kiffin is willing to open up the offense enough against Arizona, is looking forward to Notre Dame-Oklahoma and think Warren Moon's commentary on Cam Newton is offbase.
Jimbo Fisher is one of the few head coaches who calls all of his team's offensive plays. After FSU's loss to NC State, Fisher defended his juggling of those duties.
Florida State hasn't been tested with an FBS opponent before entering ACC play this week -- as a result, much of its playbook hasn't been dusted off yet.
In his transition to receiver this spring, hybrid back D.J. Monroe dedicated himself to becoming the reliable pass-catcher the Longhorns needed, and so far his concentrated approach is paying off for the whole team.
Faton Bauta could play a number of positions at the next level, but he wants to remain a quarterback. That's where Georgia says it wants him.