Spring reflections as the USC Trojans wrap up the 2013 spring practice sessions.
Alabama's dominating win in the BCS National Championship Game stirs memories of the USC Trojans' similar days of domination. Now, USC must rediscover those old winning ways.
OU could do little to stop West Virginia's running game, but still won. To have hopes of beating Oklahoma State and its two-headed rushing attack, the Sooners will have to find some quick fixes.
Georgia's defense started slowly against Georgia Southern's difficult flexbone offense, but a solid second half gives the Bulldogs confidence facing a similar Georgia Tech offense next weekend.
Wisconsin's overpowering rushing offense, led by senior Montee Ball, is set to collide with an Ohio State rush defense that's second in the Big Ten in a high-impact fashion.
Alabama's strength this season has been the run game, but when the Crimson Tide needed a late touchdown from short distance, they went with the pass instead. It didn't work.
No team has gone longer without a 1,000-yard rusher than FSU, an inexplicable streak that will continue this season after the season-ending injury to Chris Thompson.
Georgia's defense took away Florida's running game and forced the Gators to take to the air, where they failed to make enough plays to overcome six turnovers.
Denard Robinson is running wild, while Fitzgerald Toussaint has found little room to roam. But Brady Hoke says he will will stick with the running back.
Florida's offensive line has shown sizable improvement thus far, especially in the running game, but the scope of that improvement will start to be tested against LSU on Saturday.
WolverineNation continues its reviews of each position after the nonconference schedule. The offensive line has struggled in the running game, but it had its best outing against Notre Dame.
The Florida State running game is dramatically improved from a year ago.
To recover from a disappointing loss to Stanford, No. 13 USC relied on an old friend, rushing for 296 yards in a 27-9 victory over California.
This season there has been a concerted effort, both in the words chosen to describe the offense and plays for that offense, to achieve a symmetry between the run and the pass.
When Ryan Broyles was hurt last season, Kenny Stills did not react well to being Oklahoma's No. 1 receiver. That hasn't been the case early in 2012.
Braxton Miller has fast feet, which is great for his running game but not necessarily for his passing prowess.