Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Arizona State alum Al Michaels (right). I don’t know if he’s fully bought into the Sun Devils as a top 25 team, but I’m all in with his former head of hair. NICE.
• CBS’s Bryan Fischer previews USC’s spring depth. It ain’t pretty, folks.
• Here are some more primers from CBS. I swear we’re going to have the smartest spring readership of any site ever.
• Will Arizona State be good in 2011? There’s a chance. Maybe. Possibly.
• Wisconsin WR Nick Toon will miss spring practice after suffering a stress fracture in his foot. He is the only Bader WR with a name that also describes a children’s television block that’s expected to miss time.
• According to ESPN’s Heather Dinich, the ACC has “rising stars.” Follow the link for brief descriptions.
• ESPN’s Ted Miller examines the changes and injuries for UCLA. It’s just one bummer after the next, actually.
• ESPN’s Chris Low previews Auburn’s spring. If you know any of these names (other than Michael Dyer and possibly Trovon Reed, and you’re not an Auburn fan, consider yourself ahead of the curve.
• ESPN’s David Ubben sees your spring primer and raises you a visit to Lubbock, TX to report on Texas Tech. And the power of wind.
• Did you know Oklahoma has a starting LB from England? I did not. SI.com has a proper profile of a one Tom Wort.
• Notre Dame QBs have cameras on their heads this spring. WR Michael Floyd must be too fast to pick up by such small cameras. That must be it.
• Rivals’s Olin (!) Buchanon profiles new Colorado coach Jon Embree. Apparently, Embree wants his football team to be more physical. This means nothing.
Today’s Video of the Day is a collection of every bone Steven Seagal has ever broken. FINALLY.
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