Coaches across the SEC have spent the last seven months, in Spring practices, Summer workouts and Fall scrimmages, trying to improve their football teams. They are looking for anything they can find to give their team an edge over the competition.
They work to get stronger, polish and highlight their strengths, and build game plans around what they do best.
However, the good ones also look at where they struggled the season before and focus on trying to get better in those areas of weakness.
Even the very good teams from 2010, even the defending national champion, had stat lines that were less than impressive last season.
Fixing these deficiencies could be the difference is making a bowl, or not, and winning a championship, or not.
Some teams have more problems than others, but every team has at least one major glaring issue from the 2010 season.
Click through the following slides to see the most important stat line and area of weakness for each SEC team to fix going into the upcoming season.