Eleven of 13 SEC spring games are already in the books (Texas A&M will not play one, due to renovations at Kyle Field), and the two that aren't, at Arkansas and Kentucky, involve teams that went 0-16 in conference play last season and are 2-30 in that regard since 2012.
So now feels like a fair enough time to reflect.
With so much turnover within the conference—especially at quarterback—the SEC feels more wide open in 2014 than it has in years past. That holds doubly true after the spring game at Alabama, where AJ McCarron was sorely missed under center.
But other offenses did not look quite so rusty, and some looked downright impressive in their first public sample before the season.
How much that means is up for debate (and different in every case), but after Jameis Winston parlayed his great spring game into a Heisman Trophy and national title at Florida State last season, we would be remiss to ignore any big-time performances.
Here's what spring season has taught us.