After the way the 2013 season unfolded, every single team in the Big Ten—save maybe Michigan State—has a lot of work to do.
And given the losses they'll incur on defense, the Spartans shouldn't be excluded.
Maryland and Rutgers join the league in 2014, both fresh of bowl losses, which should help them fit in seamlessly with the B1G. The conference went 2-5 in bowl games this December and January, continuing a long string of failure in the postseason.
In order to improve on that, every team will have to get better. In order to get better, every team needs to identify its biggest weakness and make it right. And each team needs to answer its biggest questions as quickly as possible.
Here is where each team should start.