We’re back with a new workweek and a fresh six pack of college football stories from around the country.
Since head coach Nick Saban's arrival in 2007, Alabama's spring games have drawn huge crowds, and the coaching staff has been able to use that to draw more and more of the nation's elite prospects.
Brian Kelly is seeing some of the offensive mistakes he did a year ago.
Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno has been dead for more than a year, but that doesn’t mean he still doesn’t have some thoughts on this year’s Nittany Lions.
A member of the Colorado State football team as well as his girlfriend have both found themselves with some legal issues following an incident late this past week.
LSU Coach Les Miles is twice interrupted by reporters' ringing cell phones and then answers the second one.
The offenses combined for six interceptions and three lost fumbles, mistakes that Saban said weren't characteristic of the spring as a whole. He roamed the field surveying the action in slacks and a sports coat.
"The biggest thing that I was concerned about is how would the team go out there," he said. "What would be their energy, their enthusiasm and their attention to detail -- mental intensity. I don't think that there were enough guys that answered that question in a positive way to my liking. But I'm never satisfied."