Alabama Birmingham: Not many three-and-outs on this day, with the offenses totaling 755 passing yards and 246 rushing yards.
Army: Former offensive tackle Ali Villanueva is making an impact at receiver. Villanueva, who is 6 foot 10 and 283 pounds, caught a 38-yard touchdown pass and hauled in another pass for a 22-yard gain.
Brigham Young: No spring game, but Bronco Mendenhall was pleased with the development of the offensive line, which lost four starters.
Central Florida: The Knights were 119th in total offense last season, but that is likely to change with the introduction of a passing game that will try to stretch the defense by throwing the deep ball.
Clemson: A record 24,000 turned out to watch Kyle Parker take the lead in the quarterback race over Willy Korn.
Georgia: With no Knowshon Moreno and Mathew Stafford, the offense struggled, scoring only one touchdown before 42,458.
Kansas: Quarterbacks combined to complete 42 of 62 passes, led by the efficient Todd Reesing, who completed his first seven passes.
Michigan: A freshman could be starting at quarterback, the offensive line remains unsettled, there are depth problems across the defensive line and safety could be an issue. Officials said 50,000 attended the scrimmage.
Oklahoma: A crowd of 28,592 turned out to watch the defense stuff the running game. Tailbacks gained only 67 yards in 42 attempts.
Pittsburgh: The offense picked up right where it left off in the Sun Bowl. The Panthers managed to run the ball for only 16 yards in 37 carries and the quarterbacks combined to throw three interceptions.
South Carolina: The scrimmage ended with 55 seconds remaining when starting receiver Dion LeCorn injured his left ankle. Quarterback Stephen Garcia completed 13 of 20 passes for 144 yards and two touchdowns.
South Florida: Nearly 5,000 fans watched backup quarterbacks B.J. Daniels and Evan Landi make a compelling case to be Matt Grothe's backup.