Boise State Football: Bryan Harsin's 3 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice

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Boise State Football: Bryan Harsin's 3 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice
Otto Kitsinger

When Bryan Harsin arrived in Boise to become the new head coach of the Broncos, there was much work to be done. Now, nearly four months later, the considerable amount of work that he, his staff and his players have put in appears to be paying big dividends.

Last week was the first Blue and Orange Spring Game with Harsin at the helm for Boise State, and overall it would have to be deemed a success.

The newly installed defense stole the show, with several players on that side of the ball making big plays and flying around the field. The offense, on the other hand, struggled at times. However, they also had some decent individual efforts that should encourage Boise State fans.

As spring practice ends, the Boise State coaching staff will now look forward as the first game of the season against Ole Miss rapidly approaches.

But before the staff can concern themselves with the details of the game plan against the Rebels, Harsin and his team will need to deal with some other concerns closer to home.

Let's take a look at three of the biggest concerns coach Harsin might have as the 2014 season approaches.

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