On March 10, the West Virginia football team will officially begin its 2013 spring practice. With spring ball rapidly approaching, it's time to take a quick peek at which position battles will be hashed out on the practice field over the coming months.
The most glaring of all will be at the quarterback position, where the Mountaineers will look to find the successor to Geno Smith—a three-year starter under center.
WVU will also have plenty of openings at wide receiver and linebacker, and it might be tabbing a new starting running back as well.
So before we spoil too much, let's dive right in and check out our position-by-position preview for West Virginia's upcoming spring practice session.
We are all a little crazy.
It's just part of life. And it seems that people who are involved with football just naturally have another level of crazy, which they tend to display on the field.
This list is about those who sometimes just seem to flat lose it.
The guys who have done something, or continually do things that make us wonder what in the world just happened.
Most of them are coaches, because it takes a special kind of crazy to coach a football team—the kind that is dedicated, loyal and not afraid to let lose with the emotions for the sake of the team.
Of course, there are a few guys on this list who really don't have any idea what reality is, and even a mascot, who seems to have some issues of his own.
Whatever the reason, they are all gathered here on this list of the biggest headcases in college football.
While fans eagerly await preseason rankings, players and coaches are focused more on the early competition that the 2013 college football season will offer. Every year, there are some early shockers, and next season won't be any different.
The first official preseason polls won't be released until August, but that doesn't mean we can't start predicting some upsets now, does it? With a heaping helping of monster showdowns in early September, there's room for a big shakeup in the rankings—even before those rankings really mean much in the race for the BCS title.
We'll give all of the amateur college football soothsayers out there a helping hand with our early edition of upset projections for the first part of the 2013 season.