Winter conditioning -- check.
Signing day -- check.
Spring football -- check.
NFL draft -- check.
No offseason in the blogosphere -- check ...
Russell Wilson says he would have stayed if he would have been given an equal chance to compete for the starting job. Hmm. And suddenly this is an uncomfortable situation and not-so pleasant parting of ways.
Virginia Tech quarterback Tyrod Taylor is talking big for a little rookie.
Kyle Tucker is right -- it was hard to watch Darren Evans go undrafted knowing his situation and his personality.
Former FSU quarterback Christian Ponder is another one ready to prove some doubters wrong.
The most decorated offensive lineman in ACC history was chosen in the second round.
It was a lean draft year for Georgia Tech.
But it was a strong draft overall for the ACC.
Former Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich isn't done yet.
Miami had to wait for most of its draft news, but it finished with a flurry.
Taylor is still a quarterback, thanks to the Ravens.
There have been a lot of changes in College Park, but the ability of quarterback Danny O'Brien to make plays has remained constant.
Clemson's offensive line has been a weak link, but that seemed to change this spring.
The NCAA investigation is still hovering over North Carolina.
Former Maryland hoopster Cliff Tucker is adjusting to life -- and nagging injuries -- as a football player.