Joining the list of teams conducting spring football activities over the weekend: the East Carolina Pirates, Florida Atlantic Owls, Florida St. Seminoles, Michigan Wolverines, Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders, Navy Midshipmen, San Diego St. Aztecs, Texas-San Antonio, Troy Trojans, Virginia Cavaliers and Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. Whew!
This means more than half the country is now getting on with spring football. It's the tipping point, y'all.
Michigan's biggest challenge is along its defensive line, says head coach Brady Hoke, where the Wolverines lose Mike Martin and two other starters. The offensive line also has a lot of rearranging going on, and the receiving corps is unproven. Maize N Brew sorts through the offense's major issues, but doesn't expect anything more out of Denard Robinson than the Denard Robinson we've come to know and love (and Michigan fans have come to know and love and lament and love).
Florida State blog Tomahawk Nation is going absolutely all-in with its spring ball previews, extensively reviewing each position even as the Noles made a March Madness run. Now that the hoopybasket's all done with, we tremble at the thought of what FSU fans will do with the extra time on their hands. TN's receivers and tight ends preview should drop Monday.