Everybody who cares about college football is either enjoying a short break after the emotions of the College Football Playoff and recruiting cycle, or they’re already feening for spring practice to start again.
All the teams have intriguing storylines entering drills, which should start in a few weeks. Whether it’s replacing superstars, breaking in new quarterbacks, infusing freshman talent or new coaching regimes, this spring is going to be full of headlines.
Alabama and Clemson, playoff teams from a season ago, figure to have all-out battles to be the starting signal-caller. Oklahoma (like the Tigers a season ago) has to move on from one of college football’s biggest gamers at quarterback.
Georgia’s Kirby Smart has to help his team pick up the pieces from a near-miss national championship loss and restock the Bulldogs pantry with elite players. UCLA ushers in the Chip Kelly era without quarterback Josh Rosen, and its cross-town rival USC Trojans will miss Sam Darnold, too.
Internet-surfing will begin soon enough as fans try to find every available morsel of information on their teams. Everybody (yet again) will try to unseat Nick Saban‘s Crimson Tide atop college football’s mountaintop.
Nobody can win a championship this spring, but this is where it starts. Let’s take a look at what to watch for once drills begin.
Source: Bleacher Report-CFB News