Maryland's spring football depth chart was just released, and it answers plenty of questions.
Justin Tuggle, the son of former Atlanta Falcons linebacker Jessie Tuggle, revealed Sunday that he made the switch to defense two weeks ago. "I think it's a positive thing, because it's a way for me to possibly get on the field," Tuggle said. "I know my father said he was excited about it but that's mainly because he knows this is what I want. He always backs me up, 100 percent. I'm sure he'll have more advice for me in the future."
Tuggle started his career at Boston College and spent one season at Blinn College, a Texas junior college, before landing at Kansas State. He has been the Wildcats' third-string quarterback behind Collin Klein and Sammuel Lamur all season.
Tuggle's only action this year has been on special teams."I feel like if I was to dwell on negative things, that wouldn't do me any good," Tuggle said. "The only way anybody is ever able to be able to be successful is to work through failure, to not give up."
Nebraska plans to move Mike McNeill from tight end to wide receiver for spring football. Considering the lack of depth and production at receiver, this could really bolster the Husker offense.
Could Brandon Inge play shortstop for the Detroit Tigers? A frequent question is addressed by a beat writer.
The mysteries of which positions Brandon Inge and Carlos Guillen will be playing next season have already been solved. Jim Leyland is getting a head start on the 2009 edition of the Detroit...