More work typically goes into the college football offseason than the regular season.
Frankly, this is where the coaching staffs make their money. Anything from recruiting, tweaking game plans, keeping kids out of trouble and remaining relevant all happen during the off-months.
Just like the regular season, NCAA teams can be judged on how their offseasons have played out. If players were arrested and a few guys decommitted, obviously that program isn't going to receive a positive grade. However, if a school is tearing up the recruiting process and performed well in the spring game, you can consider it a wonderful offseason.
While there are still a couple of months left for things to turn sour, let's check out how some of the college football programs around the nation are doing so far.