Just like that, the month of February is soon in the rear-view mirror, meaning that spring football is ready to take place in a week or so for all of the top teams in college football. This time of year gives every program a chance to look over its team, iron out the weaknesses and see exactly what it is working with entering the new season.
Every team in the country has question marks. It doesn't matter if you are Southern Mississippi, a team that couldn't win a game last season, or you are the back-to-back defending national champions. With players leaving, injuries taking place and coaching staff changes, there are always things a college football team can improve on.
Spring practice is a chance for the coaching staffs to try to make sure those question marks turn into respectable strengths, or at the very least, don't interrupt a season with a bright future.
As we are oh so close to kicking off spring ball, here is the biggest area of concern for each team in the Top 25.
Note: Rankings are in order of the 2012 postseason AP Poll.