When compared with the FBS (or even power-conference) median, not every team has a strength, and not every team has a weakness. There are teams in college football that do everything or nothing well.
But relative to itself, almost every team does some things better than it does others. There is a best way to attack every opponent, even if that best way isn't necessarily a good one. It's just less of a bad one than the alternatives.
Even if it's impossible to know for sure, it is entirely possible to project which unit will be the strongest and weakest for each college football team next season. Based on how they performed in 2013, what they return and who has looked good during the offseason, we can take a stab at where their best and worst position groups might lie.
To celebrate being within 100 days of the start of the season, let's take part in this exercise with 25 of the best teams in the country, per the projected preseason AP poll by Bleacher Report's Barrett Sallee.
If you disagree, feel free to chime in below by calling me an idiot and telling me that I know nothing.
Note: Unless otherwise cited, all recruiting data is courtesy of the 247Sports Composite, all yardage figures are courtesy of cfbstats.com and all adjusted-line data is courtesy of Football Study Hall.