Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg
Spring is here, people. Time to get serious.
Ben Chappell has done enough to open spring practice as Indiana's starting quarterback, while Kellen Lewis gets more work as a wide receiver, Terry Hutchens writes in The Indianapolis Star.
"The biggest difference in our offense is that we're going to be more of a downhill running football team," head coach Bill Lynch said. "I think that fits us better if Kellen isn't back there at quarterback."
Minnesota opens spring practice with three new coordinators and a new-look offensive line, Marcus Fuller writes in the Pioneer Press.
Cornerback Aaron Henry returns to the mix, and safety Shane Carter tries to improve his tackling skills as The Capital Times' Jim Polzin previews Wisconsin's secondary.
It should be an emotional day at Minnesota as linebacker Sam Maresh goes through his first practice after undergoing open heart surgery last spring, Dennis Brackin writes in the Star Tribune.
As expected, Penn State's Stefen Wisniewski will shift from guard to center when spring ball opens, and he's got big shoes to fill, Ron Musselman writes in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
President Obama has got nothing on former Ohio State wide receiver Brian Hartline, who's winning The Cleveland Plain Dealer's celebrity NCAA tournament bracket challenge.