Spring revealed more trouble spots for the Gators than anything else. GatorNation's Michael DiRocco looks at the five storylines that stood out.
High school recruits know that bad decisions can be costly ones when it comes to using Twitter. But what happens when it's adults -- the fans -- who are causing the problems? A few members of Texas' 2014 class are having trouble with that issue.
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.
Florida State linebacker Telvin Smith's aggressiveness and speed has gotten him into trouble. But the junior is learning how to control it and use it constructively.
Before the season began, the USC Trojans figured to not have much trouble in the Pac-12. But the rest of the division suddenly looks resurgent.
After having several running backs dismissed for off-the-field issues in recent years, Georgia is hopoing that freshmen Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley are in Athens for the long haul.
Tyrann Mathieu needs to put his past behind him and prepare for his future if he wants to play in the NFL
No. 13 Florida has had little trouble playing games on Thursdays and Saturdays, as evidenced by wins this week against Ole Miss and Mississippi State.
Former Alabama head coach Ray Perkins has been out of coaching since 2001, but he's now head coach at a junior college in Mississippi.
Aaron Murray took last year's loss to Florida hard, watching the film of the game repeatedly. The Florida native is eager for another shot at the Gators.
Keith Marshall, the nation's No. 1 RB, enjoyed his visit to Athens and said he knows the Dawgs need running backs.
Notre Dame's red-zone mistakes proved costly, and if Irish defense had trouble with USF's mobile QB what will Denard Robinson do?
Early off-the-field troubles could have derailed Ryan Broyles, but his maturation has made him an all-time great for the Oklahoma Sooners.