This is the time when college football coaches relax, right?
The 2013 season is over, and the 2014 season doesn't really kick into gear until the summer, when preseason training camps pop up on campuses all over the country.
After all those long hours and sleepless nights from July into December or early January, this is the recuperation period, correct?
Not a chance.
The offseason can provide just as much stress, if not more, for those in charge of a football program. There's the constant recruiting battle, culminating in the Feb. 5 national signing day. There are preparations to be made for spring practice, not to mention making sure players stay in class and out of trouble.
It's a time when anything and everything can go wrong, and what happens during this time period can often directly affect a team's performance come the fall.
There's something really bad that could go wrong for each and every FBS team. Can't think of what that might be for your team? Fear not, we've created a nightmare scenario for all of them.