The Alabama football team held its second scrimmage of the spring on Saturday afternoon inside Bryant-Denny Stadium. The scrimmage lasted roughly 140 plays and was just over two hours under sunny skies and temperatures in the upper-70s. The Crimson Tide will have Sunday and Monday off before returning for practices on Tuesday and Thursday before A-Day on Saturday, April 20.
Fresh off a spring football game attendance record, Kentucky football head coach Mark Stoops will be on hand for No. 13 UK's baseball tilt with No. 8 Louisville to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at Cliff Hagan Stadium.
Coach Gus Malzahn hasn't announced the format of the A-Day Game, but there's one thing he's sure of: It won't bring down the curtain on football practice.
Five ACC squads - Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Miami and North Carolina - held their spring games on Saturday.
The Mark Stoops era as head coach of the Kentucky football team witnessed perhaps its greatest highlight yet as 50,831 rejuvenated fans attended the 2013 Blue/White Spring Game at Commonwealth Stadium Saturday night.
"We made some plays today that we haven't been making earlier this spring," says Kiehl Frazier of scrimmage
Corey Grant shows his speed, impresses Gus Malzahn in scrimmage in Jordan-Hare Stadium
Punt returns, tackles and such kick off the scrimmage Saturday in Jordan-Hare Stadium
"You find out about those guys who can really handle it on Saturday, the big picture," says D-coordiantor Ellis Johnson
Maryland held its spring game on Friday as the Red and White teams played to a 13-13 tie, while Pittsburgh concluded spring drills with the annual Blue-Gold Scrimmage.
Friday night's Southeastern Conference softball scores and recaps.
Ellis Johnson is tinkering with his defense heading into Saturday's scrimmage, but he already has some ideas of who's doing well this spring
Offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee says he's seen flashes of his offense, but he says he'll be looking for more than that in Saturday's scrimmage
As spring nears full bloom on campuses throughout the Atlantic Coast Conference, it might be easy to forget that the 2013 college football season isn't really that far away. It might be easy - until this weekend.
Pace was again the command from Gus Malzahn, and the Tigers obliged Friday morning in spring practice No. 9
On Monday, April 15, President Obama will welcome the BCS National Champion University of Alabama Crimson Tide to the White House to honor their 15th championship and their exceptional 2012-2013 season.
It's Auburn's fast-paced offense against Auburn's defense in practice. The defense is keeping up thanks to quicker calls
Auburn student. Heisman Trophy winner. NFL QB. But, "I don't think people understand that I'm a regular guy," says Cam Newton