Football is a team sport, but like most others it's defined by its individual stars. College football is no different, and with training camps about to begin for the 2014 season, it's time to start identifying who to look out for on the field this fall.
The superstars will be everywhere, with the best teams having far more standouts than you'd think possible. But there's one thing every team will have: an MVP, that one player who can make or break the season based on what he is (or is not) able to do.
The MVP doesn't have to be the best player on the roster, just the one who is most important to overall success. We've made our picks for who will win MVP honors for every power-conference team, as well as BYU and Notre Dame, choosing these players based on what is expected of them in 2014 and how much those performances will mean to their individual teams.