2012 College Football Spring Preview

College Football's Transfers to Watch in 2012

Dayne Crist is on the move from Notre Dame to Kansas.
<p> Athlon takes a look at some of college football's top transfers for 2012 and a look ahead to 2013.</p>

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2012 Miami Hurricanes Spring Preview

Al Golden is bringing in an elite recruiting class - but how much will it help Miami in 2012?
<p> Can Miami rebound after a 6-6 record in 2011? Athlon takes a look at the Hurricanes biggest question marks and storylines for spring practice.</p>

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2012 Cincinnati Bearcats Spring Preview

Munchie Legaux will look to fill the shoes of departed quarterback Zach Collaros.
<p> Athlon takes a spring overview of the Cincinnati Bearcats - a team expected to challenge for the Big East title in 2012.</p>

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Stanford Cardinal 2012 Spring Preview

Brett Nottingham has the difficult task of replacing Andrew Luck.
<p> Even though Andrew Luck is gone, Stanford should still be in good shape to contend for at least eight wins in 2012.</p>

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Texas Longhorns 2012 Spring Preview

Malcolm Brown leads one of the top running back corps in the Big 12 next season.
<p> The pieces are in place for Texas to challenge for a Big 12 title in 2012. However, the Longhorns need a much-improved passing attack to get back to a BCS bowl next season.</p>

By Steven Lassan ( on Twitter)

College Football's 10 Spring Storylines to Watch

Michigan will be looking for some new weapons for Denard Robinson this spring.
<p> Spring practice is underway and Athlon takes a look at the 10 biggest storylines to watch over the next couple of months.</p>

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It wasn't that long ago that Alabama celebrated its national title victory over LSU in New Orleans. And now it's already time to turn the page to 2012. Spring practice is underway across the nation and will continue into late April for several college football teams.

Here's a look at some of the key storylines to watch over the next couple of months.

Texas Tech Red Raiders 2012 Spring Preview

The Red Raiders look to bounce back after a disappointing 5-7 record.
<p> After a disappointing 5-7 record, Texas Tech hopes to bounce back with a winning record in 2012. However, the team has significant issues on defense and injury concerns on offense.</p>

By Steven Lassan ( on Twitter)

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