Patrick Obley, Columbia State: Clemson might have found a new offensive talent in Rendrick Taylor, but Tiger quarterbacks threw a troubling seven interceptions during the spring game.
Joseph Person, Columbia State: A quarterback controversy at South Carolina? Not the case, says Steve Spurrier, even though backup Cade Thompson outperformed starter Blake Mitchell.
Steve Ellis, Tallahassee Democrat: Myron Rolle, the hotshot recruit who got the text message on his cell phone from Florida Governor Jeb Bush, showed that he is the real deal at Florida State's spring game.
Carter Strickland, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "I'm not too worried," Georgia coach Mark Richt said. Maybe he should be. His quarterbacks threw six interceptions in the spring game (registration).
Marlon W. Morgan, Commercial Appeal: Somebody more intense than Mississippi Madman Ed Orgeron? It appears to be the case, as new offensive line coach Art Kehoe turned up the intensity at the Rebels' spring game.
Mark Burgess, Knoxville News Sentinel: Only 15,411 watched Tennessee quarterback Erik Ainge and receiver Robert Meachem put on a show.
Jerry Hill, Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor unveiled its spread offense, but the defense stood its ground for three quarters.
Berry Tramel, Oklahoman: Barring unforeseen calamities like broken legs and Lubbock officiating, the 2006 Oklahoma season comes down to this: offensive line. Plus a video report (registration).
Dan Collins, Winston-Salem Journal: Wake Forest backup quarterback Riley Skinner made quite an impression during the final scrimmage of spring.
A.J. Carr, Raleigh News & Observer: North Carolina State's young defense had some breakthrough moments during a two-hour situational game (registration).
Ken Tysiac, Charlotte Observer: Joe Dailey, a transfer from Nebraska, and Cam Sexton will continue their battle this fall to be North Carolina's starting quarterback.