TideNation breaks down where Alabama's defensive depth chart stands following spring practice.
TideNation breaks down where Alabama's offensive depth chart stands following spring practice.
Bobby Hart thought he had it made as a freshman starter but attitude and work ethic put him on the bench for a year. He's now making the most of his second chance.
The Longhorns return nine starters on defense but the two they lose were their most important players in 2012. Here's an early defensive depth chart for Texas in 2013.
Even though he was sidelined for the season in the second game, redshirt freshman linebacker Nyeem Wartman gave a glimpse into a bright future.l
As Oklahoma goes on spring break, here are five things we've learned about the Sooners through the first four spring practices.
Jordan Kovacs' rise from walk on to contributor to starter to captain is one that will live in Michigan football lore.
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.
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.
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.
With several starters NFL-bound, Alabama has plenty of players lined up to fill the holes.
With the departure of rock-solid kicker Caleb Sturgis, the Gators have a huge hole to fill and will turn to redshirt freshman Austin Hardin.
The Oklahoma Sooners ultimately recruited Blake Bell, Trevor Knight and Kendal Thompson because of their arms. But it turns out all three can really run, too, which will change the Sooners' offense.
While having depth at quarterback is a good thing, Texas might have some issues with divisiveness in 2013 and beyond.
An outstanding performance by the secondary backed up strong efforts by the line and linebackers, creating a strong Gators defensive unit.
The Gators made some strides on offense, but an old problem with their receivers wasn't resolved during the 2013 season.