Five weeks from now, the 2014 college football season will be officially underway. Well, sort of, if you consider a Wednesday night game between transitioning Georgia State and FCS Abilene Christian to be the appropriate start to the year.
The big games will begin in earnest the following night, Aug. 27, which means we have over a month left to wait for five months' worth of nonstop college action. And with the openers just around the corner, that means preseason training camps are about to get going.
The summer has been a relatively quiet time for most programs, unless they've had the misfortune of a player getting into trouble or suffering a freak injury. In most cases, it's been all about final preparations for camp, which includes figuring out what the biggest concern each team has heading into practice.
We've also gone ahead and determined the most pressing issue facing each team in the five power conferences (as well as major independents BYU and Notre Dame) as fall camp nears. Check out what your team should be worrying most about, or what you can hope your rival will be unable to address in time for the start of the 2014 season.