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The NFL draft is three weeks away, and the only thing those within the game are certain of is that everyone hates this year's draft.
Florida State enters the 2014 season as the defending champ, but make no mistake - the SEC is still king of the castle in college football.
The Washington Redskins have begun the process of hosting prospects for pre-draft visits, thus far, showing interest in a group of offensive linemen, pass rushers and wide receivers, among others, according to sources and various media reports.
The Eagles are not likely to be seeking any kinds of upgrades at inside linebacker this year.
Any lingering doubts about what the Stanford defense will look like without a number of key members were put to rest Saturday afternoon at the annual Cardinal and White spring game.
The Washington Redskins have an elite left tackle in Trent Williams and received a surprisingly strong 2013 season from veteran right tackle Tyler Polumbus, who played considerably better than most journeymen players who are generally billed as swing tackles.
When talking about the NFL Draft, "can't miss" can turn into "never was" in a matter of months.
If Colin Kaepernick scored a 37 on his Wonderlic test and Russell Wilson scored a 28, Kaepernick's score was what percentage higher than Wilson's? It's a topic of the day since so many are hailing Johnny Manziel's score of 32 as unexpectedly high, and the best among quarterback prospects in this upcoming draft class.
Stanford star Chiney Ogwumike became the top overall pick in the WNBA draft Monday, two years after sister Nnneka was taken first by the Los Angeles Sparks.
It's been far too long, Stampede Blue. The doldrums of the offseason are in full swing, and, due to some unexpected extra time I have stumbled upon lately, I have decided to get back in the film breakdown game.
Jan 1, 2014; Pasadena, CA, USA; Stanford Cardinal linebacker Trent Murphy celebrates the touchdown against Michigan State Spartans during the first half at the Rose Bowl.
Andy Bitter is the Virginia Tech football beat writer for the Roanoke Times. Andy began covering the Hokies in October 2011 after spending three years covering Auburn for the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.
If spring showed anything about the two-time defending Pac-12 champions, it's that Shaw's hard-hitting defense might be just as stout again this fall.