As much as it pains me to say it, the 2012 college football regular season has come to a close.
It has been an exciting year of collegiate gridiron action, complete with surprising success stories and even more shocking failures. Unfortunately, it's time to close up shop for another long, harsh nine months without NCAA football.
But what that also means is that it's almost bowl season, as the first round of postseason matchups is slated for this coming weekend.
Every team wants to finish its season on a high note, but some will have an easier time doing that than others.
With close to a month until some of the bowl games, most teams have plenty of time to tweak their game plans and fix their shortcomings. Whether or not they successfully do so is another story, but it's important to identify main areas of need regardless.
Read on for one thing every bowl bound squad must work on before it takes the field for the last time this season.