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My NCAA picks were dreadful, but I think I'm still doing well in my Seinfeld bracket challenge. Go Soup Nazi!
Jameis Winston did a little smack talking on Twitter about Clemson football before delivering the final blows to the Tigers on the baseball mound this weekend, writes Tomahawk Nation.
With Winston off playing baseball, Sean Maguire got the first-team reps at quarterback for the Seminoles over the weekend, writes the Orlando Sentinel.
Defense could be the key for Clemson this fall with seven starters returning.
Virginia quarterback David Watford spent his spring break working out with QB guru George Whitfield, writes the Daily Progress.
Pre-spring drills are designed to be a shock to the system for Virginia Tech’s players, writes the Roanoke Times.
Miami QB Kevin Olsen is off to a strong start this spring, writes the Sun-Sentinel.
The Hurricanes’ defense is making strides this spring after ending last season on a sour note, writes the Miami Herald.
Pitt’s Manasseh Garner is the favorite to win the starting wide receiver job, but coach Paul Chryst said he’ll see action all over the field, writes the Post-Gazette.
From the Rumble Seat talks with Georgia Tech signee C.J. Leggett.
Sports Illustrated talks with new Louisville defensive coordinator Todd Grantham about how he’s assembling the Cardinals’ defense.