College Football: Most notable 2014 spring game performances from Saturday

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Apr 12, 2014; Knoxville, TN, USA; A general view Neyland Stadium during the Tennessee Volunteers orange and white spring game. Mandatory Credit: Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

Saturday afternoon, a good majority of the major college football programs from around the nation gave the fans a glimpse into what can be expected of them in 2014 as they played their annual spring scrimmages.

Spring games are a time for the programs and the fans alike to begin everything fresh. Put everything that happened in the previous year–good or bad–behind you and move forward to hopefully bigger things ahead.

One thing that everyone looks forward to in these scrimmages are fantastic individual performances from some of their favorite players to watch. Whether that’s a senior that’s been with the program for four years, or a young, 18-year-old freshman that has only been on campus for three months, spring games are the first chance to showcase your talents on the field before the entirety of the focus turns to the regular season.

On Saturday, with the plethora of games that did take place, let’s have a look at some of the more notable outings:

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