Amazingly, SEC Media Days are less than a month away, meaning this is a great time to examine each program’s biggest question marks headed into summer camp.
Coaches around the league are trying to size up their teams at this stage, probing for weaknesses and desperately searching for ways to strengthen or hide them to win as many games as possible.
This year will feature a number of new starting quarterbacks. At least eight programs will turn to new primary signal-callers, yet the sport’s most important position only surfaces as the primary concern for a few programs.
A season of change awaits the SEC.
How well heavily compensated coaches adjust to their new personnel and circumstances will go a long way toward determining which two teams face off in early December for the conference crown.
Here are each coaches’ biggest remaining challenges as the countdown toward college football’s 2014 debut takes center stage.