Lost in the major coaching change that took place at Oregon in January was the promotion of Scott Frost to offensive coordinator.
Frost brings with him an impressive on-field resume from his playing days at Nebraska in the '90s, but his previous stint as Oregon's wide receivers coach is what led to his rise in the coaching ranks.
Duck receivers haven't exactly lit the world on fire over the past few seasons, but their toughness, blocking and usually soft hands have made for a very underrated group that has been crucial to recent success.
With his new position, Frost now faces a variety of different challenges than the ones given to him in his old spot. For one, he's working with multiple units as opposed to just the receivers, and with Marcus Mariota's rapid development as an elite quarterback, it'll be up to Frost to put him in position to make plays.
The team appears ready to go in terms of both talent and experience. The doubters will point to changes in the coaching staff as potential reasons for a letdown season.
Here are the five biggest challenges Scott Frost will face in 2013.