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Just like fans, college football writers are apt to contracting the offseason blues as well.
Luckily, there’s an enormous online support group called Twitter where we can all share in our anguish.
Plenty of us here at Bleacher Report are nuts for college football and aren't afraid to tweet it. Michael Felder (@InTheBleachers) is our resident coachspeak expert, and if he isn't tweeting about the CFB scene, he's probably tweeting about some delicious food.
The next must-follow from B/R is our Southeastern Conference authority, Barrett Sallee. As you can see, he has the offseason covered:
Next, click the little blue bird and follow the guys over at SB Nation's Every Day Should Be Saturday blog. I don't know what to say about these three other than...just follow them. You'll understand: @EDSBS, @JasonKirkSBN, @CelebrityHotTub.
For those of you who are real football nerds and can't get enough of the technical aspects of the game, follow @SmartFootball. Chris Brown is a contributor for Grantland and has his own website, SmartFootball.com.
Each member of this next trio covers the national scene. Between Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated, Tom Fornelli of CBS Sports and Bryan Fischer with Pac-12 Digital, you won't miss a beat.
Finally, we'll end how we began, with one of B/R's own, Adam Kramer, a.k.a. @KegsnEggs. His Twitter handle pretty much speaks for itself.