Very rarely are starting jobs definitively won or lost during spring practice. Nevertheless, that doesn’t mean that the 15 sessions that college football teams are allotted don’t play a critical role in determining how a team is shaped for the upcoming season.
At this point, every team has holes in its depth chart. Spring ball gives coaches an early chance to see which players are worthy of becoming new starters.
There are plenty of interesting position battles to monitor. Here’s a look at every BCS team’s most important one.