2013 has plenty of questions for ACC football next season.
How will the three new teams fare in the expanded conference?
Can Maryland build upon its early success before quarterback attrition cost them a winning season?
Will Virginia Tech bounce back and be more like Virginia Tech? Will Clemson and Florida State finally live up to preseason hype?
No team, though, is more full of questions than the Virginia Cavaliers. A team that appeared heading in the right direction with an 8-5 campaign in 2011 only to fall abysmally short last season at 4-8 with some ugly losses on the scoreboard.
Clearly the administration was not happy, and the fallout was severe. Virginia's two leading quarterbacks are gone, as well as its biggest and strongest running back, Clifton Richardson. That does not even count graduating players like Perry Jones and Steve Greer.
The coaching staff was almost entirely gutted, and now Virginia enters 2013 with almost nothing written in stone. So with these question marks, we look at the biggest story heading into training camp this August.