Saturday, April 12, is the busiest Saturday of the spring for college football's spring games. Here's some tidbits from around the country.
The Aggies and Volunteers will play a Labor Day weekend special on the SEC Network.
Tennessee coach Butch Jones concluded the Vols' Student and Faculty Appreciation Day practice with some moving and grooving.
With double-digit workouts each day, it can be tough to properly track each prospect. So, we whittled down this week's results to provide you the top-five story-lines that every NFL Draft fan needs to know. Jadeveon Clowney may have been the biggest story, but he's far from the only one.
Offensive coaches from Florida, Arkansas, Michigan, West Virginia, TCU (and yes, Lane Kiffin) have the most to gain or lose this college football season.
Tennessee QB Joshua Dobbs has wowed by his coaches and his professors in his first year in Knoxville. He's also probably what the NCAA hopes people think of whenever they hear the term student-athlete.
Seven Tennessee football players have learned their legal status from a February party has been resolved, with three seeing their charges dropped.
Tennessee defensive lineman Danny O'Brien and former Vols linebacker Dontavis Sapp have agreed to perform community service in order to have charges dropped from an incident on Feb. 9.
An Instagram video from the USC athletic department on National Signing Day includes audio of an unnamed USC staffer criticizing Tennessee running back Jalen Hurd.
Georgia's Bryan McClendon edged USC's Tee Martin for the No. 1 spot in the 247Sports national recruiter rankings for the 2014 cycle, but there were other big efforts, including one ACC assistant who may not be done and an SEC assistant who had a hand in 17 signees.

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