Few coaches enjoy spring games. Most are too worried about injuries or sneak-peeks to get fancy and add the wrinkles we'll see this fall. Cincinnati's
Plus, the quality of play tends to be horrendous. "Spring games are usually awful," Florida coach
If coaches had their way, the series of practices designed to show them what they've got to work with after graduation and the NFL draft have fleeced their rosters wouldn't end in a trumped-up exhibition that provides further opportunity for injury.
"We want to get out of here without anybody getting hurt," Ole Miss coach
Pomp and circumstance and injury fears aside, spring scrimmages remain the culmination of a period where lessons are learned, jobs are lost and statements are made. Here's a look at some of the biggest winners and losers from this spring.