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.
Ed Orgeron has spent 27 years coaching football, but until this spring he had never directed a 5-2 defense. Now he's learning on the fly and loving it.
Dominique Easley came on at defensive end late in 2012 for the Gators, but after losing both starters at defensive tackle, Florida might need Easley to move back inside.
Buckeyes assistant coach Zach Smith takes to Twitter and unwittingly starts a trending topic with his insider's perspective of Buckeye Nation.
Georgia left-hander Alex Wood's 94 mph fastball could entice teams to invest in the 6-foot-4 sophomore, who anticipates a possible first-round pick.
UGA has beefed up the payroll for its strength & conditioning coaches, and Joe Tereshinski leads continues to lead the (speedier) charge.
Texas freshman point guard Myck Kabongo has decided to return for his sophomore season seeking a chance at a deep tourney run.
Matt Kalil has felt comfortable and prepared for all of the events that lead up to the draft as his older brother has been through it.
One of the nation's top safety propsects, Leon McQuay III, is inspired by the legacy of his grandfather, who broke the color barrier at University of Tampa in 1968.
Former Michigan linemen Mike Martin and David Molk are training with former Michigan strength coach Mike Barwis in preparation for the NFL combine.
Oklahoma had a shot at Oklahoma State's best two players during the recruiting process
Gators defensive coordinator Dan Quinn gives the unit's player of the week a championship-style belt after each win.
Four turnovers, red-zone inefficiency, needless personal fouls and bad play-calls. USC's loss to Arizona State featured all of those things.
Elite receiver prospect Cayleb Jones is taking the professional lessons from his father to become a better player.
With freshman running back Malcolm Brown on the verge of stardom, former Texas running backs describe what it was like for them as freshmen stars.