Spring ball is the time of year for coaching staffs to work on the things that need improvement and become an overall better football team. There are some issues that get addressed during the 15 practices, but that is not nearly enough time for a team to feel completely confident heading into fall camp.
There are new faces on the team, younger players that are expected to step up and areas of the team that didn't live up to exceptions a season ago. Whatever the case may be with your team, there are guaranteed to be questions that carry over from the spring to the fall. After all, if this wasn't the case then there wouldn't be a fall camp to begin with.
While every program in the country wishes it could figure things out in the first month of practices, it is simply never the case.
There are many key position battles floating around in college football. Here are some that will continue to take place once the new practices arrive later in the year.