August, 23, 2011
By Andrea Adelson | ESPN.com
Taking a look around the league ...
- Q&A with Butch Jones after practice Monday. D.J. Woods has grown up. Isaiah Pead is expected to return kicks.
- Former Boston College receiver Shakim Phillips has transferred to UConn and will be eligible in 2012. UConn interim athletic director Paul Pendergast could make the move permanent.
- Cornerbacks are the issue for Louisville when it comes to the secondary. Louisville commit Will Gardner, a quarterback out of Georgia, tore his ACL in the opener and is out for the season. His high school coach says the Cardinals are sticking with their scholarship offer. Freshman receiver Jerrell Moore is no longer on the roster.
- Juantez Hollins has won the Pitt starting left tackle job. Take a look at the depth chart.
- Manny Abreu is back at practice for Rutgers, but has a lot of catching up to do. Recruiting director Tariq Ahmad is on a mission to help rebuild Haiti. Gary Nova is gaining a cool reputation as a backup quarterback. Jeremy Deering is easing back into action.
- A minute with Syracuse freshman safety Durell Eskridge. A smaller, faster linebacker group has big shoes to fill.
- Lou Holtz reiterates he is cheering for his son to beat Notre Dame. USF linebacker DeDe Lattimore is making big strides.
- West Virginia linebacker Jewone Snow is trying to make a name for himself. A history lesson on how West Virginia nearly joined the ACC. The offensive line has prepared as a unit.