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Johnny Manziel's focus is on the field.
South Carolina defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles is working hard to show that he's flexible.
Bruce Ellington again plans to pull double duty in football and basketball next season for the Gamecocks.
The future is bright at Florida's "buck" end position with Dante Fowler, Jr. and Ronald Powell.
Kentucky's Alvin "Bud" Dupree is ready for some work in the trenches.
Former Tennessee linebacker Eric Westmoreland, who played on the Vols' 1998 national championship team, faces drug charges.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy nearly took the Tennessee job over scheduling concerns.
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix says the competition in Alabama's secondary is fierce.
Aaron Brenner of the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer gives his thoughts on practice No. 2 for Auburn.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin spends part of his spring break working with quarterback guru George Whitfield.
Patience is critical as Arkansas continues the installation phase of spring.
Redshirt freshmen Andrew Jelks and Barrett Gouger are pushing for playing time in Vanderbilt's offensive line.