All across America, college campuses are springing to life with the sounds of football. Under the sweltering August sun, 105 or so men on every Football Bowl Subdivision campus have begun practicing and preparing for what lies ahead in the final weekend of this month: the 2014 regular season.
Coaches across America claim that “every job is open,” which is only partially true. No one is dethroning Jameis Winston at Florida State or Brett Hundley at UCLA or Landon Collins at Alabama.
Here’s the truth: There are competitions across the nation, some of them more intense than others. Every team has strengths and weaknesses. Areas they know they need to shore up and areas they’ll lean on this fall.
In this feature, we’ll take a look at each Top 25 college football team’s depth chart entering the 2014 season, and grade it accordingly. We used the Amway Coaches Poll as our basis.