The daily serving of six cool, clear and fresh college football stories from around the country.
Alabama's vaunted defense will miss a few key pieces, lost to the NFL, but many more return.
Former Texas quarterback Connor Brewer is headed to Arizona.
Red Meat: Former Auburn offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler made some remarks regarding the 2012 season during a speaking engagement in Virginia on Monday which won't sit well with Tigers fans.
"With three potential All-American signal-callers returning for 2013, the SEC gets the nod as the top quarterback conference."
Butch Jones can go ahead and grab the wireless microphone from storage.
I'll give you 10,000 RBR dollars if you can name me a darker time in Alabama football history. From 2000-2006 Alabama had 52 wins, 17 of which were vacated and had a dismal 34 losses. (Final count of 35-34) Oh yeah, we also went 3-11 against Tennessee and Auburn.
When Curley Hallman took the LSU job, LSU had never had more than two consecutive losing seasons in its entire history. Well, Hallman took that as a challenge and completely rewrote the LSU record book on futility. He inherited a 5-6 team coming off of two straight losing seasons, and he righted the ship.