Malcolm Mitchell doesn't want to come off the field. (Associated Press)
One thing to keep in mind when parsing the comments of college football players about their program in the offseason is that you can nearly always expect to hear that everyone’s working harder than they did last year and the whole team is more focused.
Keeping that in mind, there still were nuggets coming out of Thursday’s interview session by several players worth noting — some that are encouraging, even taking the Everything’s Better This Offseason Syndrome into account, and even a couple of comments that were downright revealing.
The summer workout season is about to hit full swing on campuses across the country. The BCS conferences have Heisman hopefuls and top defenders taking the field, but only one can walk away with Player of the Year honors. There shou... Read Post
Ja'Quayvin Smalls, a junior defensive back for Western Carolina, collapsed during a voluntary offseason workout yesterday and later died a local hospital. No cause of death has been determined so far. Players were running sprints in... Read Post