With the bowls long gone and (most) recruits signed and sealed, college football fans have only one more thing to look forward to before the long, hot summer brings all the action to a halt.
Spring football has already kicked off at Duke and will continue at most schools with practices in mid-March and conclude with spring games in April.
As the popularity of the sport has grown, so has the desire to catch these spring games, which are more often than not mundane exercises in restraint, done at half-speed.
Even so, many of the top college programs will be fielding entirely new offenses and defenses in the spring game, so the curiosity is understandable.
Here are 25 questions facing the top football conferences/teams, and how spring ball will address them.