Alabama has been successful under Nick Saban without big-play receivers. Now that they have a host of them, the sky's the limit for the Crimson Tide offense.
Florida signed five receivers in one class twice since 1997. Neither time, however, did anyone make much of an impact as a freshman. And only three developed into playmakers for the Gators.
Florida coach Will Muschamp is putting his receivers on notice -- impress new position coach Joker Phillips by the end of the bowl game or be left behind on the depth chart.
With so little production from its wide receivers, Florida has no choice but to make the position a high priority in recruiting.
Florida State's secondary has faced big-time receivers before, but Duke's combo of Conner Vernon and Jamison Crowder might be the most complete.
Senior Roy Roundtree is trying to spur on his position group by holding them accountable for loafing.
Ohio State Buckeyes wide receivers are making strides and more big plays, responding to Urban Meyer's criticism in the spring
Florida had at least one receiver earn first- or second-team All-SEC honors in all but one season from 1990-2009. Lately, however, the Gators can't find a threat at receiver.
Michigan's receivers have set the bar high, but Al Borges and Brady Hoke want not only playmakers but guys who can block, too.
Buckeyes assistant coach Zach Smith takes to Twitter and unwittingly starts a trending topic with his insider's perspective of Buckeye Nation.
Ohio State co-defensive coordinator Everett Withers has made best of tough spots
USC tailback Tre Madden tore a ligament in his knee and will be out for the 2012 season, according to a school news release
USC's freshmen linebackers were a strength last season. Now sophomores, the sky is the limit for Dion Bailey, Hayes Pullard and Lamar Dawson.
Florida's offense had a stunning lack of big plays in 2011, even fewer than in the 2010 season, which was also a disappointment on offense.
Roy Roundtree, who saw his receptions and yards dip tremendously from 2010, is the most obvious example of a jarring offensive transition for Michigan's wide receivers.
What has transpired in the Michigan career of fifth-year senior receiver Junior Hemingway hardly has gone as planned. Even he admits that.