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Spring Practices

Well, spring football is once again upon us.  It is a great time to witness position battles among veterans before all the freshman pups arrive in the fall.  Despite earning less hype than the fall camps, spring is a lot more intense mentally, as players get coached up and battle for jobs.  For many teams, fall has become less competitive and more about implementing the team's schemes and specialized tasks to get ready for the season.  Remember, college football does not have a preseason to work out the kinks.

It is our experience that spring practice reports tend to be scattered and somewhat unreliable, and difficult to chase down if nothing else.  If we run across anything of note from the practices, we'll report it on here, but our suggestion otherwise is to use some of our links to find the newspapers for your favorite teams, as well as checking out services like Rivals and Scout for various reports from the team websites.

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