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, USA TODAY Sports writes college football is back – sort of. Spring football is the imitation crab meat of college football, but it’s better than the alternative: no football at all.

Chris Johnson writes in the run-up to National Signing Day this year, there wasn’t much to look forward to at the position with the most influence on a team’s fortunes. Just about every elite quarterback in the class of 2018 had already announced where he was going to school.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN writes It’s time for your second helping of the 2018 future power rankings. Don’t worry, hungry college football fans, there are still two more sets of power rankings (defense, overall) to go.

With Jake Fromm and D’Andre Swift leading the way, Georgia’s offense is in good hands for the future. Matt Cashore/USA TODAY Sports 

Chris Low ESPN writes Mark Richt stands in what will soon be his old office at Miami’s Hecht Athletic Center and gazes through the window as construction workers bring to life what might as well have been a dream when Richt returned to his alma mater as head coach in December 2015.

With Mark Richt at the helm and new and improved facilities, the future looks bright at Miami. Logan Bowles/USA Today Sports

Ben Bolch writes spirited yells filled the chilly morning air as UCLA football players sprinted into orderly rows on the practice field to stretch, their legs and arms moving in unison with military-style precision.

UCLA players take part in the first day of spring football Tuesday at Spaulding Field on the Westwood campus. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times) (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Pete Iacobelli writes New South Carolina quarterbacks coach Dan Werner is clear about how he wants his signal callers to play this season — fast.

FILE – In this Jan. 1, 2018, file photo, South Carolina quarterback Jake Bentley throws a pass against Michigan during the second half of the Outback Bowl NCAA college football game, in Tampa, Fla. New South Carolina quarterbacks coach Dan Werner was brought on by South Carolina coach Will Muschamp to help ignite an offense that’s been near the bottom of the Southeastern Conference the past two seasons. So far, so good, according to two-year starter Jake Bentley. (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara, File)

 

 

 

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