We have officially reached the point of spring football season where it feels safe to pause and reflect.
Yes, the Oregon schools still have to play their annual exhibition, but for the most part, every major FBS team has concluded spring workouts. Now comes the long, barren tundra of summer until practice resumes in the fall.
Before such a long a layoff, though, some players, units and teams did well to improve their standing within their respective locker room or conference. With a strong spring game performance, they enter summer workouts with the momentum necessary to excel in 2014.
On the other hand, some players, units and teams did not look strong at the end of spring practice and will need to improve before the season kicks off in late August.
Here are 10 examples that stand out.