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.
Despite 35 ex-Bulldogs on active NFL rosters in 2012, Georgia hopes to finally end an eight-year drought since a Dawg defender became a first-round pick.
ESPN 150 athlete John "JuJu" Smith, yet another Long Beach Poly product, is a versatile performer on and off the field.
Concern about the Alabama secondary is practically a spring staple. With A-Day come and gone, though, the secondary prompted few, if any, questions. Six interceptions and 10 pass breakups saw to that.
Nick Saban hopes to get a clear view of his Crimson Tide and how they replace another crop of high NFL draft picks. Saturday's spring game is a good place to start.
Jimbo Fisher will attest that the state of his program is as strong as ever, but as FSU prepares to build off its best season in years, Fisher's new culture will get tested.
Sophomore receiver Michael Thomas hopes another productive spring translates into fall production after a disappointing 2012 season for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Kelvin Benjamin has a legend but it doesn't match what he's actually done on the field for Florida State. He's trying to change that.
A year ago, Telvin Smith shared the middle linebacker spot with Vince Williams. Now the job belongs only to Smith, and he wouldn't have it any other way.
As Jeremy Pruitt installs his defense at Florida State, the Seminoles' players are watching film of Pruitt's old school, Alabama, and liking what they see.
As Jordan Hall tries to absorb everything the coaching staff is throwing at him, it only took one day of spring practice for him to show how productive his move to the Pivot position could be.
Georgia couldn't have picked a better time for a change at defensive line coach. While Chris Wilson doesn't have the benefit of experienced players, he will get to mold who he has in his style.
Georgia didn't know what it had when it signed James DeLoach. After his performance in 2012, and his strong spring thus far, the Bulldogs might just have their strongside linebacker.
Alabama's defense was No. 1 last season even with a few flaws, a testament to Nick Saban and Kirby Smart's system. This spring, they'll try to improve it.
With veteran Damian Swann as the Georgia secondary's only sure thing, coaches are eager to put the glut of newcomers through the paces of spring and shake out which players will rise above the reset.
Todd Grantham says eight or nine starters are returning on defense, but the truth is it's only four regulars. Still, it's a managable amount of attrition.