Here's what's happened in the college football universe on Wednesday.
Linebacker Jake Ryan tore his ACL during practice on Tuesday. Maize n Brew is understandably upset about losing their team's top defender, but Wolverines head coach Brady Hoke said this is just another thing the team will have to deal with.
Defensive end C.J. Johnson broke his leg on Wednesday, and will miss the rest of the spring.
Another picture shows Quandre Diggs and Jaxon Shipley having quite a skirmish, with Shipley's helmet nearly knocked off. Being the best requires the best to compete against the best in practice and it looks like Texas is spending a lot of time doing that this spring. It's hard to say how much of a change that is from the past, but it is heartening.
Quarterback James Franklin tells ESPN's Edward Aschoff that he's feeling 100 percent healthy for the first time in years. He described what it was like trying to compensate while throwing on an injured shoulder:
"It would hurt every time I would throw, but it wasn’t to the extent to where it would make it worse," he said. "I knew that in the back of my head, but I still let it affect my decision making because I was starting to doubt myself and thinking, ‘OK, when is it going to hurt?’ ‘I need to take some off of this [throw],’ or maybe, ‘Oh, I can’t make that throw because it hurts too much.’"