August, 15, 2011
By Andrea Adelson | ESPN.com
Hope everyone had a nice weekend. Let's get caught up with some links.
- Connecticut might use defensive players at receiver because of a rash of transfers. Reserve cornerbacks are waiting their turn on defense.
- Cincinnati quarterback Zach Collaros wants to be better in every aspect of the game.
- Charlie Strong has found his comfort zone in his second season at Louisville. The Cardinals may blitz less.
- Pitt tight end Brock DeCicco has decided to transfer and will look at Iowa, Wisconsin and Virginia Tech. Todd Graham wants to use six to eight players in the receiver rotation. The coaching staff has been forged by friendship. Contrary to what people might think, Calvin Magee did call plays at West Virginia and Michigan.
- Rutgers receiver Tim Wright passed a crucial test in the weekend scrimmage. Savon Huggins' debut performance brings hope.
- Syracuse freshman safety Durell Eskridge looks like a sure bet to contribute this season. Van Chew and Alec Lemon work to put 2010 frustrations behind them.
- Q&A with USF middle linebacker Mike Lanaris. Running back Darrell Scott is motivated going into the season.
- West Virginia quarterback Paul Millard and Geno Smith have become good friends. Coach Dana Holgorsen says he isn't worried about opposing defenses. Linebacker Jewone Snow is working to make an impact.
- Would Kansas be a good fit in the Big East if the Big 12 falls apart?
- Athlon Sports puts together its top 10 Big East games to watch.