Finally! Some college football news to report!
March Madness has drowned out most of the reporting on college football, but a few items relating to spring football practice are out there today.
GADDIS IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Backup quarterback C.J. Gaddis is drawing a lot of media attention. He's being considered for a position change because he's such a great athlete -- and also because No. 2 quarterback Will Proctor has been doing so well in spring practice.
SPRING GAME IS APRIL 10: Here are more details.
2004 ALL-STARS: ESPN The Magazine's Bruce Feldman ranks the top 100 players for 2004, and three Clemson players make the list: linebacker Leroy Hill (No. 16), quarterback Charlie Whitehurst (No. 29) and cornerback Justin Miller (No. 85).