Pac-12 Football: Every Team's Biggest Spring Practice Concern

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Pac-12 Football: Every Team's Biggest Spring Practice Concern
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Spring practice is underway for some Pac-12 schools and with it comes the annual feelings of excitement, hope, worry and concern.

The chief goal for every school is a clean bill of health heading into the summer months, or at the very least a lack of long-term injuries. Beyond that, however, there are a number of issues each program must address.

Yes, that even includes teams like Stanford and Oregon, who have dominated conference play for the past four or five seasons.

Fans are always intrigued by who has shown improvement and which young players appear ready to break out. 

But what we're looking at today are the biggest concerns each program faces during spring practice. A quarterback battle between several talented players is more intriguing than concerning. Zero proven running backs is a real concern with serious consequences if the situation isn't partially resolved by the time April is over.

Take a look now at the biggest concern for each Pac-12 team as we enter spring practices.


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Note: Stanford, Arizona, Washington and USC have already begun their spring practices.

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