Yesterday we hit on picking a quarterback, today we're going to stay "on the field" so to speak and talk about something else that I've always found interesting in the college football space: position changes. Prentiss Wagner at Tennessee and Malcolm Mitchell at Georgia are two of the more notable position moves on the college football landscape. Ricky Barnum and Barrett Jones are making moves on the offensive line for Michigan and Alabama. However, the move that really spurred this happened a year ago; Kenny Tate to linebacker for the Maryland Terrapins. Tate's looking to return healthy in 2012 and the Terps are keeping him at linebacker.
Each move is unique in and of itself, but there is a wide angle view as a player shifts to do what's best for his team but not always himself. Some moves are more seamless than others and today we'll look at what they entail and how much work it actually is to change positions.
OH! And yes, I hit on the whole "Mike Vrabel, smokeless tobacco violation" thing.
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