College football's spring practice season is hitting the final stretch, with many schools set to hold their annual spring games in the next week or two. These contests, although completely unofficial, provide us with the last tangible evaluation of teams and players before the pads and helmets are put away until preseason training camp.
There is so much to look for during these spring games, from individual player development to position battles to overarching schematic changes. The storylines number in the hundreds.
We've identified the 10 most intriguing spring game storylines that will set the stage for the 2014 season. Some are specific to a certain team or player; others are more general and apply to many schools.
Either way, they'll leave us with some lasting impressions of what to expect this fall.