The spring game has come and gone in Boise, and now fans of the Broncos must wait until August 5th (the first day of fall camp) before the team will resume practice.
So now begins the period of speculation and debate. While the true college football fan eventually gets tired of this period, it is nearly impossible not to get caught up in the conversations that will ensue over the next two-and-a-half months.
For Boise State fans, the expectations for the 2013 season are definitely high. The team brings back a lot of talent, particularly on offense, and is coming off an 11-2 season that could have been much worse.
Chris Petersen is one of the smartest minds in the college game, but that doesn’t mean his summer is going to be easier than anyone else in the country. There are still several concerns that will keep him up at night.
This slideshow will take a look at those specific concerns that Coach Petersen will be dealing with heading into the regular season. Some are personnel-based, while others are strategy-based. The criteria for these concerns is that they had to be significant enough to potentially cause the Broncos to lose at least a game this season.
Let’s dive into Coach Petersen’s five biggest coaching concerns post-spring practice.