It's that time of the year, folks. College football season is just over a month away. Most teams will begin fall practice within the next two weeks.
For most schools, there are still position battles that will be determined in August. It is also the first chance for coaches to see incoming freshmen on the field and determine if they can make an immediate impact or if they should redshirt.
No team has a tougher season opener than the Virginia Tech Hokies. The Hokies begin the season on August 31 against two-time defending national champion Alabama.
Fall practice will be extremely valuable to new offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler. The Hokies were a mess on offense in 2012 and could have as many as seven new starters on that side of the ball in 2013. The spring game proved this unit has a ways to go.
Before fall practice officially begins, let's take a look at how each position stacks up before the inevitable changes happen in the next month.