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Stepping in for Andrea, who often goes off the grid to do black ops in Pakistan. And, by the way, it's not lunch time where I'm sitting.
Boise State, a future member, stayed in-house with its new offensive coordinator. Sort of worked before, yeah?
UConn defensive tackle Kendall Reyes is projected as a late first-round, early second-round NFL draft pick. So next time you eat dinner with him, he buys.
Louisville receiver Scott Radcliff doesn't have trust issues, despite one, er, moment some might recall.
Paul Chryst is making it easy to forget What's-His-Name at Pittsburgh.
South Florida's defense hopes to rebound in the spring game.
Syracuse, which closed spring practices in order to make sure fan frenzy didn't get too extreme, will allow you to watch the spring game.