Spring football is all about answering questions and getting things figured out before the regular season kicks off. For Notre Dame, some of these issues include addressing the secondary, finding a starting running back and making sure the quarterback position continues to show promise.
However, with only a month to practice in the spring, it is impossible to walk away completely satisfied. Some concerns will continue to linger heading into fall camp, as the coaching staff will then get extra time to figure things out.
The goal is to walk away a better football team than you were before spring ball began, but some questions will remain just that when the Irish close shop for a few more months.
Here are a few concerns that Notre Dame has heading into spring ball and will continue to have once it is all said and done.