May 2, 2006
Boston College: O'Brien Watching Both Lines Closely
Of all the questions Boston College coach Tom O'Brien sought to have answered during spring drills and scrimmages, none was more complex than the situation on the offensive line.
Duke: Quarterback, Defensive Line Improving
Is it possible that the sun that shined on Duke's spring football game was an omen?
Georgia Tech: Strengths Surround Shuffled Secondary
Georgia Tech's best news of spring football came after its final scrimmage had ended.
Maryland: Friedgen Takes Reins, Aims For Revival
Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen is determined to do anything he can to help his program return to the postseason after consecutive losing seasons. To prove it, he assumed about as much responsibility as possible as the Terrapins worked through spring practice.
Miami: Dominant Defense Will Ease Transition
With four new offensive coaches, four new offensive line starters, three key offensive performers injured and one backup quarterback getting more repetitions, Miami's offense figured to scuffle this spring.
Virginia: Program Faces "Significant Rebuilding"
Anyone who has been around Al Groh knows that he is a very proud man. So when the Virginia coach said at the beginning of spring practice that his program faced "a significant rebuilding job," several veteran media members who cover the team were somewhat astonished at the statement.