Memorial Day weekend may be the unofficial start to summer, but it also serves as a reminder that football is around the corner.
SEC coaches, officials and administrators will head to Destin, Florida, this week, as the conference will hold its annual spring meeting session at the Sandestin Hilton.
Unlike years past when scheduling and realignment were hot-button topics, this year's event will take a different turn and new storylines will undoubtedly be pushed to the forefront.
What should you expect from the SEC spring meetings this week?
The Pac-12 conference may be stronger as a whole than it's been in years thanks in large part to a variety of impressive quarterbacks, sturdy defensive lines and a host of other deep position groups.
But no team is without weakness or at least a few question marks entering the 2014 season. Some have more than others, sure, but every fan can name at least one position group that they're most nervous about for next season.
Flip the coin over, however, and there's a growing excitement over certain position groups that could be among the very best in the nation.
We're taking a look at both the strongest and weakest units of every Pac-12 team.
All stats via cfbstats.com. Remember, this is a snapshot of where things stand entering the season, not a prediction for the 2014 campaign as a whole. Naturally, some groups will exceed expectations, some will falter and some will become much stronger simply because of an increase in game experience.