A long college football offseason provides the time for players and coaches to improve on the field and get that much closer towards accomplishing their goals. Unfortunately, the many months of off-time also leave an opening for guys to run into trouble.
With more time on their hands, we constantly see players' names in the headlines for all of the wrong reasons. The offseason is when a lot of arrests take place and schools are left with tough decisions to make.
How do you treat a player who was just pulled over for drunk driving? What do you do with somebody who just failed a drug test with the season less than a month away?
The best option would be to hope that your players are strong-minded enough to make positive choices and not have to make those decisions.
As we still have much of the offseason left to go, here are 10 programs that are hoping discipline problems don't occur.