Big Ten Football: Every Big Ten Team's Biggest Worry Post-Spring Practice

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Big Ten Football: Every Big Ten Team's Biggest Worry Post-Spring Practice
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Playing on a pro turf

This weekend will bring the official close to spring football, as Iowa and Minnesota are the only teams left with a spring game or scrimmage remaining. The last three weekends have brought 10 open practices or spring games with plenty of hoopla and not much substance.

However, the work these Big Ten teams put in during winter conditioning and spring drills are the foundation for competing for championships in October and November. It's a cliche, but conference champions usually earn the championship by working hard for the nine "offseason" months when the average fan doesn't pay any attention.

Even with 15 opportunities to develop players and work on weaknesses, each team still has problem areas as the long summer break approaches. Let's take a look at the top concerns across the Legends and Leaders (good riddance, division names).

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