Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
Stanford is the first to begin spring practices -- do you smell the freshly cut grass?
Former Arizona defensive end Johnathan Turner, whose career ended after he was charged last spring with sexually assaulting a woman at a party, is considering a plea deal.
The Wildcats' new running backs coach should hit the ground running.
To help get acclimated to two new offensive staff hires, California has pushed spring practices back four days.
What's going on with JC receiver Tyrece Gaines and his paperwork at Oregon?
Stanford has a lot of guys back and a lot of questions this spring.
Experience -- lots of it as a defensive coordinator -- is why Tim Hundley is UCLA's new secondary coach.
Checking in with the Washington defensive ends, who need to produce more -- a lot more -- pressure next fall.